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Old 01-05-2015, 03:44 AM   #15
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I'm looking at super Cs with a double rear (tag?) axils, rather than those with a single axial and long overhang. Seems that would help with stability in the wind. Does that make sense?

I am missing something here but I thought just class A diesels had the tag axles. C's and super C's just have the typical 4 wheels on a single axle. I've been up all night so I may be forgetting something. A tag axle super C would be sweet.
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I am missing something here but I thought just class A diesels had the tag axles. C's and super C's just have the typical 4 wheels on a single axle. I've been up all night so I may be forgetting something. A tag axle super C would be sweet.
Here's a link to one company that makes tag axle Super Cs
Haulmark Motorcoach Motor Homes, Motor Garages, and Sport Decks
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Now those are cool,thanks!
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