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Old 10-06-2016, 04:40 PM   #1
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Do Jayco Class A ride better than Ace Class A?

I know they are kinda "entry" class A but does anyone have experience with how they ride? Yes, I realize this is really subjective. Thanks for any replies.

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For 2017 both Thor and Jayco only offer Class A gas RVs built on Ford F53 chassis, so ride will be about the same. Right now Ford is the only one making a front engine gas chassis for Class A RVs. A few years ago Workhorse made them, they have announced they will again, but I don't know of any other manufacturers of gas powered chassis. Deere used to, some others too, but for now Ford is it.


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Originally Posted by Vandave View Post
I know they are kinda "entry" class A but does anyone have experience with how they ride? Yes, I realize this is really subjective. Thanks for any replies.
Sizes of the coach and GVW can also play a role in how they ride so this is not an easy question to answer.
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