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bassetbait 02-07-2020 11:12 AM

Dynamax Rev24 CB
 
Does anyone have one? I am not finding much as far as reviews or opinions. A 2016 has been advertised..
Regards,
Bassetbait

Winterbagoal 02-07-2020 02:03 PM

I do not own one.
However, some of the used prices online look pretty good.
It mimics the floor plans of some of the other small class C units out there, which isn't a bad thing. I'm not fond of the corner bed as it makes the overhead storage harder to access, for me at least.
The only concerns I would have are the chassis is a Promaster w/6 cylinder gas engine. Power to weight ratio might be a problem, particularly on hills.
OCCC may also be limited.
Check tank capacity for off grid camping.
You'll probably never tow anything with it.
Lastly, they don't make them any more. Must be a reason?
Can't even find an Owner's Manual with specs in it at their website.
Their flagship small class C is the Isata, now.

HighDesert 02-09-2020 12:18 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Winterbagoal (Post 5139304)
I do not own one.
However, some of the used prices online look pretty good.
It mimics the floor plans of some of the other small class C units out there, which isn't a bad thing. I'm not fond of the corner bed as it makes the overhead storage harder to access, for me at least.
The only concerns I would have are the chassis is a Promaster w/6 cylinder gas engine. Power to weight ratio might be a problem, particularly on hills.
OCCC may also be limited.
Check tank capacity for off grid camping.
You'll probably never tow anything with it.
Lastly, they don't make them any more. Must be a reason?
Can't even find an Owner's Manual with specs in it at their website.
Their flagship small class C is the Isata, now.

Two things I would mention here: if there are two of you, and you have a corner bed, someone has to climb over the other one to get in/out to use the facilities at night. Not a great thing. And it is a bear to make up the bed without climbing in it.

6 cylinder gas would probably be underpowered, especially of you are planning on towing something.

Unless this really rings your bell, may want to look around a bot more, especially since it is no longer made.

bassetbait 02-09-2020 12:44 PM

Thanks for the info. I was suspicious because there is so little information on them, they are no longer made and there seem to be quite a few for sale at what seems like a low price for a late model RV.
Regards,
Bassetbait


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