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Old 03-27-2014, 08:12 PM   #15
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the extra room and the tag axle make all the difference in the world. Much tighter turning radius helps also. Not as much storage so I just cut down on the stuff I carry.

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Old 03-27-2014, 08:59 PM   #16
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The only time I've personally seen a penalty for >40' is the Ferry system to/from Nova Scotia and PEI. Over 40' to 60' is another $215, even an inch.(they measure each large vehicle)

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No problem with a 43 but if I could find a 40' with a tag, I have never seen one but I think that would be the best of both worlds. Does Newman still make a 40' tag Dutch Star.
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I believe country coach made a 40 ft tag motorhome.
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Old 03-27-2014, 10:09 PM   #19
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Country Coach made a 36 footer with tag. I almost bought one, but went with the 42'.
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In 2.5 years of full timing across western canada and US we only found two occasions where anything longer than our 40' would have been a problem.

I don't see an extra 2' would be a problem. If it's a floor plan you like, go for it.
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All the Foretravels after 02 that are 40 foot have tags. They even made a few 38s with them. I have a 42 and would not go back. I love the extra bay below and extra storage up top.

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