The Siberian

The Siberian tiger is largest and most powerful of wild cats, making it only fitting that the largest and most powerful of Tiger models share its name.  Our Siberian is built to explore and dominate the most rugged of environments in any season.  A larger cousin of the Malayan HT, the Siberian also features all-aluminum construction with insulation in all exterior cavities and a three-point mounting system for the coach.

The Siberian is available on either the Ford F550 or Ram 5500 chassis, and features the largest of Tiger floorplans with a spacious dry bath.  It is configured without a generator, and comes standard with 900-amp hours of maintenance-free AGM batteries and 600-watts of solar power.  Dual-inverters allow for the use of microwaves, air conditioners, and electronics while on battery power, while dual-engine alternators rapidly charge coach batteries while driving. The Siberian is an all-diesel platform, with a diesel-powered furnace, water heater, and stove top.

Inside, the Siberian utilizes the same open floor plan as the traditional Tigers, but with even more room. The coach boasts a dry bath, a king- or queen-sized bed with a north-south orientation, and more storage. In addition, the vehicle comes standard with granite-style surfaces, an entertainment system, bamboo cabinetry, and recessed LED lighting.

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EXPLORE: Features

The Galley

The galley features a wide-open layout with a stainless-steel sink on one end, recessed stove on the other, and lots of counter space in between. All cabinetry is made of bamboo, and is integrated into the structure of the body itself. Drawers are on drawer slides, and a large center drawer is designed to hold the waste basket. The two-way compressor refrigerator and freezer are completely separate from each other and together boast over eight cubic feet of space. A convection microwave and recessed stove vent are standard.

The Bath

The Siberian features a dry bath. The shower is separate from the toilet/sink area, which features a porcelain toilet, Corian counter, bamboo vanity, full-length mirror, and exhaust fan. A cassette toilet is standard.

The Bed

The overhead bed area is very spacious, and can be configured as a king bed, or queen bed with storage cabinets. The mattress is a high quality memory foam, and overhead LED reading lights are standard. The television is on a multi-directional arm to be used while in bed, or in the main living area. The overhead bed area also contains large insulated windows that open, and a roof hatch to provide light and ventilation.

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All Aluminum Structure

The body of the Siberian coach is constructed entirely of aluminum, with a thickness similar to the steel on the chassis. Floor, ceiling, and walls have a minimum two inch cavity, which is filled with insulation. The interior walls and ceiling joists are all integrated into the structure of the body. These attributes make for very solid, quiet, and well-insulated living quarters. The main exterior storage compartment is built into the body of the coach and is also insulated. In addition, various billet and access doors hide most all mechanical components of the coach.

Off-Road Enhancements

All Tigers are designed for on-road and off-road adventures, giving you the freedom to go where you want. The Siberian has even more standard features built-in to handle more strenuous off-road conditions. The truck comes standard with four-wheel drive, skid plates, and upgraded shocks. It maintains the high ground clearance characteristic of a truck chassis. Standard also is a conversion to single-rear-wheel (SRW) from the factory dual-rear-wheels (DRW). The SRW conversion retains the payload of the DRW, with the advantage of bead-lock single rims front and rear. A major design enhancement is the implementation of the three-point mounting system. This design prevents torsional stresses from the chassis being transferred to the coach. A front bumper/brush guard, winch and halogen off-road lights are offered as options, as is an upgrade to 41” Continental off-road tires.

Coach Power Systems

Like all Tigers, the Siberian is a self-contained unit capable of dry camping for extended periods of time. The Siberian has deep cycle AGM batteries with a total of 900 amp hours. Standard is 600-watts of solar with an MPPT controller to keep the batteries topped off. Thanks to dual-inverters, all coach functions through the battery bank, solar array, and engine alternators.

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