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Old 09-16-2021, 05:27 AM   #1
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Full time in Jayco Seneca Super C?

Is anyone living in this Super C full time? Wife and I are senior citizens and need to buy a home or live in an rv and we like the layout of a Class C but need more room than our Fleetwood Tioga Ranger 31M which we love for short trips only
can anyone comment on the good, bad and ugly of this rig?
-- quality of construction design--body and interior
-- workmanship
-- ease of maintenance
-- availability of spare parts
-- service available for engine and drivetrain at local dealers
-- etc.

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Old 09-16-2021, 07:15 AM   #2
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Never owned a super C so I really can't comment on your exact questions.

Since being full time we have been in a 43' diesel pusher and now a fiver. Here is some of the differences we have noticed.

1. Our annual maintenance costs have went down from an average of $1,000 per year to less than $500 per year.
2. Our full timers insurance package was cut 40%.
3. We are getting over 40% more mpg towing and our current engine isn't broken in yet.
4. We can easily back into spaces at major truck stops for breaks.
5. When we do have annual maintenance done we still have our "house" set up instead of having the whole "house" in the shop for the day.
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