Oh ok I got you now. I was assuming the Pro R chassis since it dropped yesterday. I’d like to see them do it for sure, because right now at the new TRE price, it’s not close to worth what they’re asking imo. They’ll have to change it or it’ll get scraped because of low volume.I meant redesigning it around the 64" Pro XP chassis?
I get it, but there are good reasons for many options and all work for intended needs. Many people can't afford to start with an RV after purchasing a UTV. I slept in my truck and tents a long time before I could think about an RV purchase.People need to wisen up and get off the toy hauler kick if you ask me. Seems like a huge chunk of money for something that limits what you can tow. I won’t even get started on the fact that people are gladly giving up 14ft or so if usable living space for a garage lol.
Motorhome solves all problems, hook up whatever trailer you want and go.
I never said the TRE edition has been replaced. And it is basically in the budget category now as much as I don’t like to admit it either. $25K is a lot less then $45K. Lol.You got some of that right AJ. However, the TRE has not been replaced by anything. It's not a budget rig at $25K+ for most people either.
Yeap, size matters! Larger rigs can't stomp anything but the brake pedal on narrow mountain trails with ledges. Not fun to be sucking the seat cover off every time you hear rocks falling or rims scraping either.
The big rigs have a place, but can't replace the TRE. I have not seen anything else setup for rocky trails as well as the TRE off the show room floor. But I'm always hoping something better comes along and is built with better quality control and more durable when I'm ready for a new rig.
Who will be the one backing up when you round a corner on the way to camp after dark and meet this guy?
I wonder if he is thinking about more power or a wider wheelbase is so great about right now.
Not real, but you get the point. Every rig has it's place.
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Obviously a lot of people want them, or they wouldn’t still be making them. All I’m saying is that I believe that it’s going to take a big hit now that you can step up to a machine that is better in every way imaginable for only $6,000 more. I know someone will say $6k is a lot more, but IMO if the extra up front is too much, then you probably can’t really afford the $26k toy to begin with.Lot of customers want the TRE, but in the future that might not be the case. That is true for anything.
But the TRE is 64”. If what your saying is true then maybe the 50” segment will gain some popularity back.The more I think about it, the more I think the TRE might just still stick around. More likely because of the width.
Just in the last year, I have seen several trails closed out here in CO for width restrictions. They where "posted" earlier but most people just drove around them or squeezed through. I'll be honest. . . I've done it in years past. Not anymore. They are getting serious out here.
Posts cemented in at exactly 50". Large boulders so you can't cheat and drive around.
Have seen it in AZ as well. Several trails around Sedona with huge steel posts cemented in and no way to "sneak" around.