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Old 09-16-2015, 09:35 AM   #1
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Full-time in 33'

Anybody out there full-timing in a 30-33' Class C. DW and I plan to move into a Nexus 32P next summer with 3 miniature dachshunds. Nexus is going to modify the bunk area for dog kennels on the bottom and additional storage cabinets on the top (they've done it before). We would love to hear any advice, stories, etc. about your experiences full-timing in 33'.

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Old 09-21-2015, 01:20 PM   #2
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I think if you're determined to "fulltime" or at least give it a try than the size of your rig will not deter. We currently have a 29' class C with no slides and I plan to go up to a 40' DP when I retire in 5 years and go fulltime.
I love driving the class C. I'm sure the ride is not as good as most DP's though. If I was going to be spending time out west in the mountains than I would want more torque than I have now.
Once I'm parked I would generally feel that the bigger the better.
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