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Old 10-17-2018, 12:34 PM   #11
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We are thinking a similar thought, but are worried about converting a "street" camper to a "4x4" camper and how the cabinets, plumbing, electrical, etc. will hold up to increased vibrations on gravel roads.
Also, what about the cab to body joints? With speculation that the holdup on SMB's cutaway conversion may be due to reliability at those junctions, it is certainly in my mind as well.
We obviously don't intent to rock crawl, but unpaved roads are certainly a different animal.
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As Pschitt said above don't worry about the thing holding together. Any modern RV is going to have a ton of creaks, squeaks and other noises on road and off. You have to chase them down constantly but they do stay together. I offroaded my last class C a good bit and was impressed but it wasn't quiet.
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Old 10-20-2018, 10:15 AM   #12
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Nice looking RV. Congrats and welcome to the forum.
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