Arctic Fox Camper 811 – Rated #1
Arctic Fox Camper 811 – Rated #1
A time-tested classic, Northwood Manufacturing debuted the Arctic Fox 811 in 2005, and has been a steady seller ever since. The listed dry weight on Northwood’s website is only 2,873 pounds, but don’t let that figure fool you. Including the company’s mandatory Fox Package, which weighs an extra 595 pounds, the dry weight of the Arctic Fox 811 is actually a hefty 3,468 pounds, putting this beast at 4,500 pounds fully loaded and probably more. The excessive weight makes sense because the Arctic Fox 811 is built like a tank. The camper features a strong, full walk-on cathedral arched ceiling, 2-inch thick heavily insulated walls, a massive basement, a 20,000 BTU propane fired furnace, two huge 30-pound propane tanks, a 6-gallon DSI water heater, a 45-amp Progressive Dynamics converter/charger with a three-stage Charge Wizard, and a huge, two-way 7-cubic foot refrigerator. Not only is the camper’s floor length generous, at a full 9 feet, but it also has some of the largest holding tanks in this class with 50 gallons fresh, 38 gallons grey, and 23 gallons black. Even the cabover height is generous at nearly 4 feet. The best options for the Arctic Fox 811 include Torklift’sexcellent Fox Landing Step, thermal pane windows, and a 170 watt solar power system. Built for short-bed, one-ton trucks and a consistent seller, but due to its weight should probably be mounted on a DRW truck. The MSRP of the Arctic Fox 811 is $29,216, making it the best value when it comes to both quality and cost.
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Northwood Manufacturing Hosts Dealer Appreciation &
On October second and third, Northwood Manufacturing held their Dealer Appreciation and
Product Showcase to recognize their top dealers and exhibit their latest product offerings and
innovations as well as celebrating their 25th year of being in business.
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NORTHWOOD LAUNCHES 3D TOURS
Northwood Manufacturing is excited to announce the launch of their latest online sales tool – NW3D Tours. These tours provide cutting-edge 3D and virtual reality models to be used by dealers and customers alike as a primary medium for experiencing and sharing Northwood floorplans and features. The NW3D Tour utilizes an all-in-one reality capture system that gives the viewer realistic, interactive 3D and virtual reality experiences that make you feel like you are in the coach.
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