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Old 12-14-2005, 10:42 AM   #1
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Cool! Now what are we gonna complain about? Just kidding this should be fun. Scotty.
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Old 12-14-2005, 06:13 PM   #4
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Hey yall, I guess the first thing to figgure out is if a B+ is a C or not

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Warren, I thought a B- is closer to a C . I will try to get some of our Enduro & Enduro Max customers to visit this area when I return to the dealership. I am still at Gulf Stream but fly back Fri. night. See you later.
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Hey there, Gwen and Warren, I also have a Trans Star, and it is not really a Class C, because it doesn't have the ugly overhead bed. There again, it isn't a 'Van Camper' which is what one thinks of as a Class B. Ours are wider, longer, have duals, so I am with you, we belong to the new breed of Class B+ !
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Old 12-17-2005, 04:14 PM   #7
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Hey 53clipper, Is that as in Packard? I saw on RV.NET some time ago, one of these small MHs refered to as a "PC" (personal camper) and that sounds like it would take all the arguement out of B+. What year is yours, how long, any neat mods etc. We have electric dump valves and a macerator now that takes care of the unpleasent part and satellite tv for the rain and snow days. It is also home of some "pink chickens".

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