25' to 32'?
X2 re what Hatterasman said, melmay1222. My rig is just under 32 ft, and it has a measly 1000 lb of CCC (pretty typical of the longer class C's and my rig also "takes a bit of a CCC hit" from the factory-installed auto levers.) The PO had a weight ticket which was done when the family (2 adults, 3 kids) headed out with empty holding tanks, full fuel and about 1/3 tank of fresh water, food, folding chairs and other misc stuff + firewood, no less. They were within 300 lb of the GVWR.
I got my own wt ticket a few days ago lightly loaded (the way the two of us usually travel) and I was 700 lb under the GVWR and well within the GAWR for both axles. Even so, I load my tools, bottled water and other dense cargo in the toad ............... just to keep the MH weight down ........... and I am then way, way under the GCWR so I could put even more in the toad. I believe a lot of folks with the longer class C's do this (most of us have pretty skimpy CCC) so it is something you may want to consider in your decision making.
A slight + for the longer Class C's is that they often have a bit longer wheelbase than the shorter ones (mine is 220 inches.) Improves the longitudinal stability somewhat. Pluses and minuses abound, don't they?
Good luck in your quest.
Ed Sievers, Denver, CO
07 WGO 31ft Class C Toad: '16 Soul with 6-spd DIY
If at 1st you don't succeed, you probably shouldn't try skydiving