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Old 08-17-2012, 09:33 AM   #29
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Isn't that a showhauler?
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Go to the Holland Motor Homes website for Holland, MI. They have many in stock and have pictures on their site for almost everything.
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Old 08-17-2012, 12:31 PM   #31
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Those frieghtliner based super C's TOTALLY ROCK!
Awesomely cool without a doubt. "Almost" like a "REAL TRUCK", huge towing capacity. not quite the living space of a nice deisel class A.
Big bucks.

If you need the towing capacity, and you can afford the buyin, goferit!!

If all you're going to tow is 10k or under, a good diesel pusher is much better bang for the buck.
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Old 08-17-2012, 03:33 PM   #32
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Take a look at the sport trucks that are 5th wheel specific .



http://www.sporttruckrv.com/TruckInv...NewSportTrucks
They are nice also
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Do you have the Chevy and what engine, I had heard there is a MPG advantage but never heard that from an owner.
I have The International 4200 body with the International VT365 Diesel motor , about 7.5-8 MPG
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Isn't that a showhauler?

I guess it could be but, It really does have a purpose,like pulling trailer full of ATV's to Northern AZ or West Virginia with the boys sure is a lot of fun and of Course the Grandkids and DW on the weekends when theres time, I had a TT Toyhauler before this. This one gives us more choices and is more flexible, of cource that is all just my opinion, I think if your more into family camping and sightseeing Class A is the way to go, I see one of those in my not to distant future. Need to start stayin home more and be that good husband she thought she married.
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