Our (Former) 4×4 Camper

***Although we sold our RV, we’ve kept this page up in case it helps others looking for a four-wheel drive RV, which are rare.***


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Tigger can handle desert heat . . .

Our camper, nicknamed Tigger, is a 2010 Bengal Tiger TX built on a Chevy Silverado 3500HD pickup chassis.  There are very few four-wheel drive RV models available in the U.S. and this is one of them.  You can check out more details at www.tigeradventurevehicles.com.

and a healthy dusting of snow.

Tigger has a double bed over the cab, folding couch in the back, bathroom with shower, hot water heater, 3 burner propane stove, sink, refrigerator, and propane heater.  We had an aluminum cargo box built for the back to carry our two mountain bikes, inflatable paddleboards, skis, ski boots, and a lot of other gear.

Tigger is small but has an amazing backyard, also known as the great outdoors.

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Pictures of the interior:

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Here’s the custom storage box shown empty in the first picture and then with the bike and ski racks that V built:

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We recently completed some upgrades to Tigger.   We changed out the loud and inefficient Suburban propane furnace for a Propex 2800 HeatSource propane furnace.   We’ve been really happy with it.   We also replaced the Thetford toilet with a Nature’s Head composting toilet.   It’s so nice not to deal with black water anymore.  We capped the black water tank but may eventually join the grey and black water tanks to provide extra grey water storage.   For the winter, we decided to replace our all weather tires with studded Nokian Hakkapelittas.   The new tires have performed very well is some pretty bad conditions as we chase storms for skiing.

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