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Old 04-06-2015, 09:14 AM   #1
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Ebay: 2013 Agile Offroad 4x4 Majestic Tourer II Class B $58k

Not mine...

ice-looking hard-top van with an Agile Offroad 4x4 conversion on Ebay.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/2013-Agile-Offr ... 1584655390

2013 Agile Offroad 4x4 Converted Majestic Tourer II Class B motorhome in clean, well kept condition.

Private Bath/Shower
Onan RV QG 2800 Generator (63 Hours )
Refrigerator/Freezer
3 Burner LP Cooktop
Laminate Wood Flooring Throughout
Kitchen Sink
Corian Style Counter Tops
Microwave
Roof Air
LP Furnace
LP Hot Water Heater
17' LCD TV
Awning
Convertible Rear Sleeping Area
Fuel Efficient 5.4L 4 Valve Engine
6' 3" Of Headroom And Over 6' Of Bed Length
Push Button 4x4 With A 2 Speed Transfer Case
Aluminess Front & Rear Bumpers ($5200.00 Option)
Rear Back-Up Camera
5 Brand New BFG KO2 285/75/16
10' 3" Overall Height

The 4x4 Conversion

Current Standard Dana 50 Twin Traction Beam TTB With Automatic Locking Hubs & 2 Speed Electronic On-The-Fly Transfer Case. The 4wd conversion was completed by Agile Offroad. http://agileoffroad.com/ Agile Offroad specializes in ride improvement packages for the Quigley Dana 60 4x4 conversion and has perfected the resurgent Ford TTB front drive axle. The Agile TTB has significantly more travel (12 inches) than the typical Dana conversion and rides much better with softer spring rates and no bottoming.


The Van
These Class B's are made in Saginaw, Michigan and a link to their website can be found here http://www.majesticvan.com/fordcampervans.html .

All of the camping systems on this RV have been checked for operation by me including the generator, roof air, furnace, hot water heater, water pump and refrigerator.

This Majestic runs and drives well, it starts quickly and shifts and brakes normally. The exterior shows no body damage and is free of oxidation . The interior is free of any unusual odors and it has been a non-smoker. The front seat cushions show some wear (see pic).
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Old 04-06-2015, 10:23 AM   #2
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Re: Ebay: 2013 Agile Offroad 4x4 Majestic Tourer II Class B

Don't let the women folks see this - they love this van. It is really nice and modern inside and the shower and toilet really appeals to them.

We have done other vans that this dealer (Deric) has sold; he is a solid guy.
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Old 04-08-2015, 10:27 AM   #3
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Re: Ebay: 2013 Agile Offroad 4x4 Majestic Tourer II Class B

I haven't seen front axle armor like that before. I wonder how useful it is?



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Old 04-08-2015, 02:25 PM   #4
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Re: Ebay: 2013 Agile Offroad 4x4 Majestic Tourer II Class B

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I haven't seen front axle armor like that before. I wonder how useful it is?
That's not armor. Its the housing of the half-axle, as that is a TTB axle. A heavier version of this:
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Re: Ebay: 2013 Agile Offroad 4x4 Majestic Tourer II Class B

Ah! Shows just how much I don't know yet

Thanks, carringb. I'll be doing some reading up now...

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Twin-Traction_Beam
http://www.greatlakes4x4.com/showthread.php?t=9287

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