Originally Posted by buki
make sure your white knuckles dont get in my way hen i blow by you in miami at 75 plus.
We're going to take advice from someone who thinks 75+mph is a safe speed for a top heavy, box on wheels?
Hate to break it to you buki but the unit you drive has a huge impact on how easy the drive is and upgrades can go a long way toward improving the experience.
When looking at coaches we did a huge amount of research, including looking at all types of coaches finally settling on a DP with a 252" wheel base and an overall length of 37' for a ratio of 0.567. When passing an oncoming semi who's pulling doubles on a 2 lane road, both of us doing 55-60, we feel a twitch and that's it. Friends with gas units and longer overhangs have had great experiences with add on components and they are well documented on the forums. The only reason we went DP is our location, we start at 7200' and go up from there.
The above post is just my experience/opinion which is worth exactly what you paid for it.
'05 Lance 845/'06 F-250 or '99 Alpine 36SDS Usually towing an '01 Wrangler locked on 35"s or moderate '98 Cherokee on 33"s (rear locker only)