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Old 04-24-2014, 05:45 PM   #29
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We started out with a 30 foot pull behind and then purchased a 2008 36' Carriage Cameo 5ver. I became weary of the hitching and unhitching, mobility problems and seemingly endless repair problems and decided to retire the Cameo to park model status at Palm Creek in Casa Grande, AZ. We recently purchased a 2014 Itasca Navion IQ 24V and are really impressed. One thing that sold me on it was when the sales rep told me to do a U turn in the street outside the La Mesa dealership in Tucson. At first I thought he was crazy. It had a tighter turning radius than our F250. We are now looking for a tow vehicle for our new unit and will probably go with either a Honda Fit or CRV.

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Old 04-24-2014, 10:02 PM   #30
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We have downsized from a Class A 35 to a 26 Class C with a walk around bed and found out that it has plenty of room for the two of us.

It drives much easier and much less harsh of a ride.
Parking is also much easier.
Looks I liked our 2008 Full Body Paint on the class A.
I like having two doors up front and power windows.
The Class C seems to be tighter with less rattles.

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Old 04-25-2014, 01:12 PM   #31
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We (wife & I) had a 22ft. Wide Body B for years. It was great until we retired and started to do some long distance ( Mx.) trips for the winter. After a couple of these, we discovered that we had very little room, and setting up the bed began to be a chore. After 3-4 months of this, I feared waking up ( or not) with a plastic bag wrapped around my head. We also traveled with a dog back then ....we have since picked up two more rescues. Hence, the switch to a 29 ft. BT Cruiser. A little harder to find parking spots at times, but in our case well worth it.

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