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#31 Kolockum


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Posted 17 December 2019 - 03:31 AM

There is a small niche market out there for well-built custom RVs. But, most of the newer ones that are massed produced suffer some issues. Just read RV Horror Stories on FB. It is really tragic when people lose their life savings to an expensive but poorly built unit. 


My parents just got a T@b. I have been very unimpressed with the build quality and even less with the wiring which we are going to redo this spring. A lot of the components seem to be getting better but build/installation quality is complete garbage.


I will be sticking to ATC or FWC since I know their build quality is solid.


Anybody know if there are any updates if the investors are going to attempt to bring back a version of XP Campers?

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#32 Happyjax


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Posted 17 December 2019 - 01:51 PM

I got to climb around an XP camper at Overland East. It was very nifty but not nifty enough for $100,000......or more


If they could produce that for 70-80 they might have success.


Wonder if anyone will give it a go.....

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Posted 20 December 2019 - 02:58 AM

I found this link on the XPCamper facebook site.  If anyone out there is still interested, it looks like Be Change LLC purchased the company and still wants to build XP campers and trays. 




 Be Change LLC brand
1213 S Auburn St.
Colfax, CA 95413

You’re welcome to tour our factory.
By appointment please.

M-Th 8:00-3:30 Pacific

Judd Newman


XPCamper. Now a Be Change brand.

XPCamper ceased operations on June 1, 2019.  The assets of the business were purchased in a foreclosure auction by Be Change LLC.  The company may be gone, but the dedicated and experienced craftsmen are part of the new business and will continue building the world’s finest expedition truck camper from our 17,000 square foot facility in Colfax, California.

XPCamper. Explore More.

Have you been searching for an expedition-quality camper, but can’t seem to find the camper that combines the quality, design and value you’re looking for? Are you looking for utility and fuel economy? Are you traveling to the ends of the earth and need a camper capable enough to get you there and back again? If so, then XPCamper has a camper for you!

XPCamper offers expanding exploration campers designed for the overland adventurer. All XPCamper versions offer the latest in camper design technology and expedition quality systems. We also offers custom XPC flatbeds (we call them truck trays) and work with top industry partners to source components to complete turnkey expedition vehicles.

A life of exploration awaits with an XPCamper!

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Posted 21 December 2019 - 06:45 AM

A new pickup is $60k. A good RV for $150k doesn't sound unreasonable, consideting.
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#35 DanoT


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Posted 26 December 2019 - 04:53 PM

A new pickup is $60k. A good RV for $150k doesn't sound unreasonable, consideting.

I think truck plus camper equals $210k is not reasonable, considering what other choices are out there for less money.

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Posted 26 December 2019 - 07:26 PM

I agree, because I would have a $45k truck with $20k camper and wheel it, but to each their own.

Edited by ski3pin, 20 January 2020 - 11:44 PM.
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