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Old 07-14-2019, 05:12 PM   #421
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I would bet its legit. The suspension looks correct, and I have seen 4x4 sprinters with that type of tire/axle config. Its just low res I think.
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Old 07-15-2019, 08:53 AM   #422
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Originally Posted by Bobnoxious View Post
Curious, how many centimeters per liter or inches to the gallon that beast consumes?
I would guess its similar consumption to a typical 6 berth Luton peak RV 4 ton T1N. It would be slightly heavier kerb weight being 6 ton rated, but that would be offset by the better aero at freeway speeds.

Its certainly a better option than typical short-bus RV conversions, having that sweet T1N running gear. Rather than an agricultural Jap 4cyl TD like a Toyota Coaster or Nissan Civilian. Also the interior standing height looks impressive.
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