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Old 03-28-2023, 01:32 PM   #1
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Smile Jayco Seneca XT 32U VS Dynamax Isata 5

I currently have a 2015 Class A diesel pusher - looking to downsize, kids gone.
I am looking for insight from the forum - Seneca 32 U is on the Ford vs the Dynamax being on the Dodge (Aisin trans.) platform. I and leaning towards the Dynamax, (I looked up the vin on the Dyn. and it came up as 2001 chassis - weird, but maybe normal?) BOTH are 2023 models. ANYONE have any good info. that would sway me one way? I will be towing - Jeep, etc. both 4 down and other toys on 18' trailer. I'm not a fan of the 4x4 - and I can get the Ford in a 4x2 model.
Thanks for any input!
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Old 03-31-2023, 10:05 AM   #2
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I would look at which build/floorplan rig you like more independent of the chassis. Both have their pros and cons and whichever one you get, if you have problems you will wish you got the other

The bigger thing to make sure you are good with, the 550's "Super C's" can be plagued with low OCCC and boast 10k towing, but in reality there is only about 5k between GVWR and CGVWR. Coming from a Class A diesel pusher, this may be a deal breaker, depending on you needs. Just want you aware before you get too deep on your research.
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