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Old 01-31-2013, 01:58 PM   #15
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We started out thinking we wanted a Class C and ended up with a Class A. Sure glad we did. I have a number of friends that have Class As but started with a Class C.

To me the As are easier to drive and the visibility is much better plus you have a lot more CCC - Cargo Carring Capacity and storage.

Many of us find that we need at least 1500 pounds of CCC per person.
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Old 01-31-2013, 02:08 PM   #16
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I'd really suggest renting an RV for at least a week. Consider the cost of renting as dues.
You will learn a lot in that week and while you are out camping talk to all those around you in the campgrounds and pick their brains.

When you finally do buy a rig you better be sure the wife approves the layout first. Otherwise you'll be back on here talking about the 2nd RV you are going to buy.
Barney at LazyDays says "Buy your third coach first!"
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