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Old 04-17-2015, 11:59 AM   #1
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We are in the home stretch

This JUne My Dw and I will be retired.We have been shopping for a MH for 1 1/2 yrs and will be FTers.We have been through many Class A diesels.We have also looked at the superCs. We have found two that look very good.The jayco seneca37ts and thor four winds super c 35sf.We are now thinking of getting a ClassC,for the ease of handling and saftyI would like to here from owners of both and what the pros and cons. How do the Cs stack up to the super Cs

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Old 04-17-2015, 02:30 PM   #2
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if I didnt aleady have mine, I'd go for a superC

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I would get a super C or class A for the heavier duty chassis especially if full timing. Just my 2 cents, and congrats on the move!
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Since it's fulltiming you'll be doing, space will be paramount. I know of people who are fulltimers in 'C's', but I'm not sure that's done because of choice, might be budget. We've been on the road for 5yrs. now in our diesel pusher, and I couldn't see ourselves in anything other than a class A, either gas or diesel. Remember this is now your permanent home. What might work for a two week vacation isn't the same thing for 24/7/365.
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We have a Super C. It's 35'. It's OK for our life style. We do not full time. Still I think for full timing a larger size would be better.
My own maintenance on the Super C has been easy.
I modified interior to be more comfortable. Got rid of the uncomfortable couch and booth dinette. Installed recliners and table and chairs.
A 37' Super C will not have the living space of a 32' Class A. The box area of our 35' us 26'.
We know several people that full time in their Super C's and love it.
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