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Old 08-07-2013, 04:34 PM   #1
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super C forum?

Is there one here?

Also, the super C's I know are the Jayco Seneca, Dynamax and Thor 4 Winds and Chateau. Any others?

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Old 08-07-2013, 04:37 PM   #2
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Not to my knowledge on this forum. The Dynamax forum is pretty quiet, but the people on it are very knowledgeable and usually someone can answer your mechanical questions. don't know if renegade has something similar or not.
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There is a new super c that's made in Elkart The name of the coach is Ghost. The guys that own/ run the company are from the former Gulf stream company The coach is built on the International Chassis and looks a lot like the former Super Nova built by G.S. I believe It a Nexus. Also there's a company making a super C on the Ford Chassis but the company name escapes me. Good luck and enjoy (I own a super C on the international truck chassis and love it, I pull a 28 ft car trailer with ease.)
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"That's why we are considering a super C, we have a jeep and motorcycles to bring along. Do you know why it seems a Super C can pull more weight than a diesel pusher?
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You'll need a pro to answer that one . But that is why we went with the super c instead of a A.
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Super C towing capacity

The big difference is the super C's are built on an actual class 6 (min) true truck chassis. The springs/ differential and front axles are all rated for actual trucks. If purchasing a super C, I would recommend that you make 22.5 wheels/tires a top priority. The Dyna corp coaches are the Cadillac of C's most will have air ride which is nice. I do know that my super nova is a rough ride with out the trailer on. I usually carrie the fresh water tank full to help with the ride.
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Thanks for the info!!!
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We just bought an 2008 SuperNova. Is there anything we can add to improve the ride?
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We are on a class 8 Freightliner.....designed originally for moving huge heavy loads over 100's of thousands of miles....the best IMO....
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We just bought an 2008 SuperNova. Is there anything we can add to improve the ride?
You need to locate a reputable knowledgable suspension shop that specializes in RV's. They are out there, use the search function. You can definately improve the ride....
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You need to locate a reputable knowledgable suspension shop that specializes in RV's. They are out there, use the search function. You can definately improve the ride....

Thanks, will do some research!
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Genecop, nice rig.
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Hello all,
We are for the moment, "just looking" around for a smaller rv, a little bigger than our current Fleetwood Pulse 24A. We have been looking at the Dynamax. There are a couple of the smaller floor plans that look pretty interesting to us. Unfortunately, there seems to be none to look at in our area. Is it our imagination, or are these hard to come by?

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