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Old 10-22-2017, 12:14 AM   #1
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Looking to change up to a class A or B

We are starting the search for a class A/B motorhome. Been doing lots of research and our main thing is finding a rig suitable for our family of 4 and comfort on longer trips. We have had 5th wheels in the past and currently have a 27’ travel trailer. Finding it not as comfortable with 2 small kids as we would like. Reaching out for tips. We’re looking used, budget is between 30-50K, length under 40’. We’d love a bunkhouse or at least the space to build in a bunk. Any suggestions or tips would be appreciated. Really excited to for the change but there is certainly a lot out there!
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Sounds like you have some idea of what you want. Now the fun begins!!!
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Old 10-22-2017, 12:57 AM   #3
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Class B would actually be a step down in size as they're van conversation. Classes A and C are more likely workable for adult and small to medium kids
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Hi ! Welcome to IRV2! We're sure glad you joined the gang!

With a family that size I would forget the Class B! It's more difficult to find a Class A with bunk beds, but they're out there. Hope you find the perfect rig for your needs!

Good luck, happy trails, and God bless!
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There are plenty of class a coaches with bunks but im wondering if you mixed up your letters between b and c. C class also often come with bunka but class b as stated is basically a two person conversion van.
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Welcome!

Check out what you can buy in a class C:
https://www.rvtrader.com/search-resu...odelkeyword=1&

And a class A:
https://www.rvtrader.com/search-resu...odelkeyword=1&


If you find some makes/ models that really appeal, there is probably someone here that can answer specific questions about them :-)
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There are plenty of class a coaches with bunks but im wondering if you mixed up your letters between b and c. C class also often come with bunka but class b as stated is basically a two person conversion van.

Ugh! 🤦🏾*♀️ Yes meant class C or A motorhome. B is the van conversion and we aren’t interested in those at all being a family of 4. Thanks for catching that!
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Georgetown, many have bunks. 04-09's are right in your price range.
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