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2016 Ram 1500 Ecodiesel (Tuned) Tradesmen with OVRLND Pop-up camper - $34,000 (Bend)

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fuel: diesel
odometer: 104000
title status: clean
transmission: automatic
For sale is my 2016 Ram 1500 Ecodiesel + a built out OVRLND Pop-up camper. It's been an awesome rig for me, however my work recently gave me a truck that I can also use for personal driving, and I can't quite justify having two trucks.


About the truck:

The Tradesmen trim keeps things pretty simple as far as bells and whistles go, but it's got everything you need. 4WD, Bluetooth, reverse cam, after-market trailer brakes, and coil springs. Bed length is 6'4". Runs great and gets excellent mpg for a truck this size. It's got Falken Wildpeak AT3W All Season tires purchased new in November 2022 (1.5 years old) with consistent rotations, last one being earlier this month. Have kept up with regular maintenance, always changing oil and fuel filter when due.

I purchased a GDE Hot Tune which basically eliminates usage of the EGR (exhaust recirculation), allowing for better engine longevity, improved fuel economy, less turbo lag, significantly reduced soot formation and cleaner engine oil. The turbo was having issues back in 2021, and through AEM 70K warranty I got a full turbo replacement as well as a new intake manifold, egr cooler and a radiator flush. Basically gave the truck a brand new start and since this work, it's had the tune and has driven like a dream.

Also included: Rough Country seat covers for driver/passenger, WeatherTech floor mats, and an Edge Insight CS2 monitor gauge display to help monitor all the inner workings of the truck.


About the camper:

OVRLND is based out of Flagstaff and makes some of the best lightweight pop-up campers on the market. I had this custom built in the Fall of 2021 for this truck. It's been super fun for a variety of trips and I'm gonna miss this thing. Camper is attached to truck bed via c-clamps to bed rails. I'm 6'1 and I can stand up easily inside with it popped up. Bed slides out from over cab to a very spacious sleep area.

Additions I have to the camper include: rear barn doors, flip-up side hatch, anodized skins, lift struts, front and side window (side is a sliding window), porthole windows in the barn doors, vinyl windows in the pop-up canvas, external propane mount. Camper is fully insulated and covered with 1/4" treated maple plywood on interior walls. Insulated wood floor with rubber coin flooring. I have also built in a flip up table that is the perfect size for a two-burner camp stove (works great as a bed-side table too). *Nothing in camper is bolted/screwed into truck or truck bed*

Electrical side of things:
100W Renogy solar panel with bluetooth module for monitoring via your phone
54ah Dakota Lithium battery
Maxxair 6200k Roof fan with intake/outtake and thermostat
Dometic CFX35 fridge- $880 retail, bluetooth powered and built into bench, easily accessible from the outside via
side hatch for ease of grabbing crispy cool drinks.
Puck lights with dimmer
700W Renogy inverter with AC plug
12V plug and usb plug built into bench
*All electrical wiring is grounded, battery/fuse box/solar controller is all sectioned off inside a corner of the bench*


Located in Bend, OR. $34,000 obo. Don't hesitate to reach out with any questions and thanks for looking :)

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