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1500 promaster vs 2500 promaster


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zach s · · Bend, OR · Joined Dec 2017 · Points: 35

im leaning more towards the 1500
but the 2500 has higher paylaod capacity

anyone built out a 1500? hows the weight with full build out, climbing gear, water etc..

dont tell me to get a sprinter.. i just sold mine 

wankel7 · · Indiana · Joined Oct 2010 · Points: 10

Have you been over to Promasterforum.com ? There are few PM groups on FB also.

That being said I vote for more payload. 

Alex Pawling · · Bozeman, MT · Joined Jun 2014 · Points: 0

Hey Zach S.
Did you end up getting a promaster van yet?
Iv'e got a 2016 2500 with 24K.

zach s · · Bend, OR · Joined Dec 2017 · Points: 35
Alex Pawling wrote: Hey Zach S.
Did you end up getting a promaster van yet?
Iv'e got a 2016 2500 with 24K.

yes i did, are you looking to sell?

Alex Pawling · · Bozeman, MT · Joined Jun 2014 · Points: 0

Been tossing around the idea. I bought it with the intention of building it out ( currently have it insulated, vent fan and sub floor/insulation in). Right now with my job/living situation it seems a bit excessive and I would be better off with a smaller rig.

What did you go with, the 1500 or 2500?

zach s · · Bend, OR · Joined Dec 2017 · Points: 35
Alex Pawling wrote: What did you go with, the 1500 or 2500?

I ended up getting the 1500, get better gas mileage, but ill have to think a little more about how much weight im adding for the build out 

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