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Old 07-13-2014, 05:55 AM   #1
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Video Tour of my RV

2004 Great West Vans Classic Supreme Class B RV - YouTube

Would rather be out using my RV than making this video but sometimes work gets in the way!
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Old 07-13-2014, 08:12 PM   #2
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nice setup
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Old 07-13-2014, 08:13 PM   #3
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what kind of Mileage do you get
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Hi Jerry,

I haven't actually measured the mpg but would say it's probably similar to others with the same engine & van ... and, from what I've seen that would be in the 10 - 12 mpg range (US gallons).

Definitely notice poorer mpg when fighting the wind on the highways.

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Thanks, i am looking for B units, but find the American based B Van RVs tend to get close to the same as small A, and Small C units....
One reason I am looking at Bs is for better mileage so I can spend more time traveling, and other advantages of a B unit.
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Very cool B. I've never seen one with a slide before. I would have loved to see how the dinette sets up. Is it something you can have up while traveling?
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Hi micd,

yes, the dinette can be setup & used while traveling ... the reason I didn't set it up is that it's uncomplicated ... literally, place the support pole in the floor and place the dinette table onto the pole ... I'll see if I have any photos and can post here later.

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Old 07-14-2014, 06:20 PM   #8
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Hi ...

found a video on a 2003 model. 2003 Great West Class B Camper Van with Slide - YouTube

Shows the dinette set up with the slide in the out position. To use the dinette when the slide is in, all that needs to be done is remove the centre seat cushion and the plate below it.

BTW, with the exception of driving in high winds, I love driving this RV. It's very comfortable out on the highway and easy to handle, park, reverse, etc.

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Thanks! That was very helpful. Looks like alot of livability in a small space.
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