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Old 03-17-2017, 07:55 PM   #11
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dig deep:
http://dynamaxcorp.com/product-detai...29&Image=12937

http://www.bornfreerv.com/

There are several smaller Class C running the Mercedes Sprinter diesels that may interest you.
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We have looked online at a couple that are on Mercedes chassis, and so far, those are my choice. What the boss wants is a different matter.
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A friend has a Coachhouse, not Coachman, on a Mercedes chassis. He likes it. I think he had to cancel one trip because of a Mercedes parts issue. He bought it used from Motorhome Specialist in Alvarado TX.
http://www.mhsrv.com/?gclid=COaTgr-K4NICFQJsfgodTt4BRw
They have a bunch of motorhomes and carry Coachmen. Supposedly good people.

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I tried looking at mhsrv wevsite last night and it was not working well at all. Same thing now, might be my computer partly at fault, but it's not worth putting up with all the jumping around and freezing. Thanks anyway, but we've narrowed it down to about 4 we want to look at in the next month or so, as soon as we find time between all the other things we have to do.
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if you are worried about overloading, i say get a class a, they all have at least 19.5 inch tires, mine were load range g, they have a lot more storage outside, the chassis is much stronger than the chassis on the class c. i had a 32 foot with the v 10 and never had a power issue, would tow a jeep, or 20 foot bow rider, or a couple of 4 wheelers, easier to maintain in my opinion too, nothing is as cramped up like in the van chassis, you can get a smoking deal on a 1 year old unit with less than 10,000 miles if you look around, they can loose 40,000 in the first year, good luck in your search
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Boss has decided that we don't want a motorhome. I'm glad that's off my back. No more scouring websites to find one that we might like. We'll probably just get a popup trailer and use it as much as we can stand, maybe look at motorhomes another year. Thanks for all the info, everyone.
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Boss has decided that we don't want a motorhome. I'm glad that's off my back. No more scouring websites to find one that we might like. We'll probably just get a popup trailer and use it as much as we can stand, maybe look at motorhomes another year. Thanks for all the info, everyone.
You'll learn to hate a popup quickly. Been there done that. Lots of packing and unpacking time. Lot less storage. Less secure with canvas sides that leave you vulnerable. PortaPotty instead of sewer hookup. Wait for the first time you have to dump the PortaPotty at home. Takes hour or so to clear the house. Also lots of noise intrusion from outside camper. Some sounds of the night aren't relaxing.

However, one good thing is that it'll firm up your decision to get a motorhome or hard-sided trailer . . . quickly.
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