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Old 10-30-2012, 07:33 PM   #15
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Truck Conversions are great rv's. I've had an Allegro gas class A, and my present t/c. My wife used to have to take Dramamine to avoid motion sickness in the Allegro. Doesn't need to in the t/c. I've spoken to several t/c owners that wouldn't consider going back to a diesel pusher, or anything else for that matter.

I like the white. I think a lot of people don't realize they are rv's. I often hide out in industrial areas to sleep if I'm on the road later into the night. Much quieter than Walmarts.

Mine has 200 gallons fresh water capacity. Lasts the wife and I a long time. I cruise at 70-72 mph most of the time. I get 8-11 mpg. The autoshift is cool. But, not as smooth as an Allison. When it shifts it lets out the clutch and it'll push you back in the seat accelerating.

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Old 11-01-2012, 03:26 AM   #16
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We got our t/c last April and it is our first RV. We love it for all the reasons others have listed, especially the tank capacities. We have 200 gal freshwater, and 72 gal each black and gray. We can't seem to max out capacity in anything non matter what we do, but the longest we've dry-camped is about 4.5 days.

I also cannot drive for long periods because of my back, but because of the air suspension seats I can drive this Showhauler forever without stopping or getting uncomfortable. Few trips ago I drove for 6.5 hours straight with no problems! I also really like the safety aspect and the fact that it hardly moves with wind or trucks passing us.


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