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Thread: Bliss Mobil-Exciting New Expedition Vehicle Company

  1. #31
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    Hey dubldee, what have you done to address the relatively low cruising speed of your rig? Is there an easy way to increase it?

  2. #32
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    I bought this LMTV from a civilian. His mods included:

    - 3.07 ring and pinion (6.14 final) in each axle
    - 330 hp / 860 lb-ft torque computer reprogram
    - Electronic cruise control
    - Rear axle locking differential

    A reader pinged me on my blog with a phone number of someone who installs gears and lockers for the LMTV. PM me if you're interested.

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    New 15' rig on a Zetros chassis from Bliss Mobil. This would be my dream 2 person rig!



    http://www.blissmobil.com/en/news/ne...-quite-special

  4. #34
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    Quote Originally Posted by jeno View Post
    New 15' rig on a Zetros chassis from Bliss Mobil. This would be my dream 2 person rig!



    http://www.blissmobil.com/en/news/ne...-quite-special

    Sweet!,

    Do you know what size tires and how much weight over each axle fully loaded?
    Last edited by Davidl13; 08-07-2017 at 01:59 PM.

  5. #35
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    Quote Originally Posted by haven View Post
    http://blissordie.com/2017/05/20/lmt...ress-may-2017/

    Here's the May 2017 blog post showing the Bliss camper unit in Colorado. Dubldee, please keep us posted.
    That looks really top heavy. It is mounted so high on the frame! Wow.

  6. #36
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    Is there anything like these Bliss boxes made here in the US? The euro to $ conversion rate is not in the US buyer's favor ...

  7. #37
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    1) GXV, they are all over this forum.
    2) The exchange rate is a lot better than it was 11 years ago when I bought my camper from Unicat
    3) these types of campers are not top-heavy, there is a lot of chassis weight down low and all the heavy stuff is low in the camper like water, batteries and tool storage; the camper box itself is quite light

    Charlie
    Last edited by charlieaarons; 08-16-2017 at 02:08 PM.
    Unimog U500 with Unicat camper; diesel BMW X5 35d, diesel BJ40 Landcruiser and diesel M37

  8. #38
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoosier.Daddy View Post
    Is there anything like these Bliss boxes made here in the US? The euro to $ conversion rate is not in the US buyer's favor ...
    if you're looking for box raw materials, check out totalcomposites.com though if its a builder you seek, i may be able to help. you can see my current build here http://forum.expeditionportal.com/th...dventure-Truck

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