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About Meandering Myrrkat

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    The Myrrkat will need some mechanical tune-ups and a little more TLC and new booties all around, her camper will be a DIY renovation due to some water damage but I'm up for it. I figure 1 to 2 years on the DIY-not in a hurry.

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  • My Toyota Motorhome
    1984 Toyota Huntsman, Class C, RWD with 6 lug axles, I am 2nd owner (just got for a steal--$1,000.00)
    2.4L L4 SOHC 8V 22R motor with 260,000 miles-don't laugh she runs well, 4 speed manual tranny
    GVWR 4825; GAWR (f) 2050, (r) 2905 -this is before rear axle upgrade I believe
  • Location
    Douglasville, Georgia
  1. Hey Totem...newbie to this site but came on board because of my toy home. I am 2nd owner 1984 Toyota Huntsman, 22r motor, 4 speed manual with 253,379.7 actual miles and she runs albeit she needs tuneup and tlc not to mention coach water damage to repair. The only replacement done by 1st owner was the rear 5 lug axle (1/2 ton) to the 6 lug axle (3/4 ton), no overhauls or replacements to motor. Located about 20 miles west of Atlanta, Georgia
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    Anyone have a manual for a 1983 Toyota Huntsman?

    Derek Up North...Thank you soooooooooo much for this...this is the most I have been able to find for my 1984/85 Toyota Huntsman...the spec sheet was especially helpful since I will be replacing outer walls and roof
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    Best Youtube Channels About Van/RV Life

    Hi Truth Traveler, I am glad to see this thread started for all of us especially newbies. I have spent the last year or so scouring You Tube and began researching tiny homes; however, I soon discovered that was not what I wanted. I stumbled on RVing as a way of life and poof I found myself deciding this was what I wanted. There are many You Tubers out there who post informative videos about their travels but here is short list of those I am subscribed to because I feel they give great information from choosing the "Wheel Estate" to diy repairs and where to find supplies, camp sites, etc. I have just purchased a 1984 Toyota Huntsman and will begin renovations and repairs in the next few months knowing this 'project' is no minor undertaking, I am hopeful to have her road ready in about a year or 2-I'm taking my time and doing things as I save the $ to do this. So here are my top 5 even though I have more that I follow just for travel content: #1 Bob Wells: CheapRVliving; #2 Carolyn's RV Life; #3 Campervan Kevin; #4 kevin carlton (because of his Toyota diy videos); #5 RVgeeks (also because of their diy videos) Hope this is as helpful to you as it has been for me
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