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Old 12-09-2013, 09:58 AM   #15
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We have had two gas class A's and one class C. If I wanted a smaller motorhome, I's get a 24 or 25' class C. If I wanted closer to 30' or so, I'd get a class A. The class A chassis has more cargo carrying capacity and is a heavier chassis.

A large gas powered class C is heavy and very near the chassis GVWR before you load anything on board.


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Old 12-09-2013, 10:14 AM   #16
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We like everything about our old Class-C now that we got the roof to stop leaking. I only wish it had a slideout - but nothing is perfect.

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Old 12-29-2013, 10:13 AM   #17
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Our 2007 WB Access 29T Type C is new to us. We thought it had most things we wanted, rear walk around bed, overhead bed(that we mainly use for some storage), decent storage at over 80 CF, with Chevy cab leg room adequate, the kitchen slide gives a little more room, plus we thought driveability and maintenance would be a bit easier with a Type C. We had two TTs that we wanted to trade in and we had heard WB was a good brand so we were able to have the RV supplier take care of trade in, pickup of one of our out of state TT and setup a few addn things we wanted on our Type C. We have used twice so far and like it, although we arent very experienced with a MH and only give our most current experience/limited assessment.
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Old 12-29-2013, 11:06 AM   #18
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Everyone is pretty much right on with their likes. We went from a 31' C, to a 34' A. The C had one slide, the A has two. I would take the C back in a minute. Main reason is the front doors. I would give up the bedroom slide in a heart beat. Crawling over the bed to get a jacket or such when you don't want to bother, or can't the slide out is a pain.

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