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Old 08-29-2016, 04:31 AM   #1
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Old 08-29-2016, 06:41 AM   #2
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And the bridge clearance is what? I can't imagine that rig is under 13' 6".
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When you open the door, does an escalator extend to the ground?
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Looks like the wooden box's between the wheels would likely be the steps....
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That's one way to fix RAWR issues.
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When you open the door, does an escalator extend to the ground?

No, an escape slide😜
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That's some serious ground clearance!

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Cool. The first Winnebago you can go mud bogging in.

One other thing......if anyone hits you they'll go under you.
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Imagine, blowing a front tire on that thing!!!
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That chassis looks obviously military. I think those would then be the tires you can't puncture, or near indestructible? Military personnel out there can chime in if that's accurate or not. If not, then yeah it would be a rough ride to a stop with a front blow out on that rig. Probably roll it.

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He's gotta have a great view in traffic
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It needs an elevator!
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I think the guy has too much labor in his rig to let a front tire failure tip him over. Probably knows how to drive.
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