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RE: short Class B for fulltime solo travel

Advanced RV has two that I know of short Sprinters in production for solo female full-time travelers. They're a couple of their first Sprinters on the short WB and they most likely will be somewhat custom designed for the owners. I don't know much more so I am waiting to see what they come up with.
Davydd 04/02/18 01:57pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: "06 Great West Legend Sprinter electrical reset

Avanti would know because he still has a GWVan but it is a new model Sprinter 2014. If it similar electrically to the 2006 he might be able to answer. He is not on Facebook that I am aware of. He posts in ClassBForum.com or Sprinter-source.com under Avanti.
Davydd 03/18/18 05:07pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: One of the added costs of owning our B

I thought about building a garage for my B but then we sold our house and 1-1/2 acres and bought into an HOA development. Now I am glad I procrastinated. Instead I bought into a garage condo development of 271 units with security, a dump station and a community power soap/rinse wash stall with portable stairs to wash the roof. The garage is heated with a gas furnace with electrical power. The door is 14 foot tall and the space is 18' x 45'. It is an investment and I expect to sell it or my heirs to sell it for a profit. Most of the other owners are classic car collectors, RVers or boat owners. It's another alternative and better than rental storage or if you can't physically build on your lot. https://scontent-ort2-2.xx.fbcdn.net/v/t31.0-8/17917520_10155215207871552_9139771396788845297_o.jpg?oh=98a93260b448ba2e4dfe74788eafad2b&oe=5A7835A7
Davydd 10/26/17 08:33pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: How many Nova Kool owners does it take tochange a light bulb

I have a NovaKool but the converter had the sense of changing out the light with an LED. Maybe I will not encounter changing.
Davydd 08/27/17 12:57pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: where are the "B" people?

You haven't lived yet until you start a discussion about carrying a weapon for self defense in your RV on this forum. You would have thought that I had advocated raping their sister the way some folks lost their cool. That is why I no longer post anything on the Good Sam Forum. Little minds are not my thing. There are too many other RV forums out there. I don't see how it's related, but I'm not surprised to see that kind of response. Its a heated topic like religion, politics, abortion, with half on one side and half on the other. I can see why some forums put those discussions in their own Topic to keep it segregated from the more mainline topics. And yes, I have lived through those discussions, in many flavors, in many forums! Now I just avoid the topics ;) Oh, and I just though of this last night. The ideal way for me to travel would be to have a Class B towing a fifth wheel. I would park the fifth wheel say in Sedona for a month, then use the Class B to travel around in AZ, NM, TX, etc on one day or multi-day trips and use the fifth wheel as home base. Then move it to Utah for a month or so, and do the same. Then Wyoming, Colorado, etc. all across the country. Ideal, but I haven't seen a Class B that could tow a fifth wheel ;) I don't want to have to give up the Class B when the wife and I full time because its so useful for those short trips, urban exploration, festivals, day at the beach, etc. And I don't want to backup and move a fifth wheel, large motorhome or trailer every couple days either. Please learn how quoting works before editing. I did not say what you quoted.
Davydd 06/21/17 01:24pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: where are the "B" people?

The discussion is about the North American market. However, buses are generally built off of an engine/chassis but no cab combination usually after market. It would be commonly accepted in the North American market as a Class A no matter what the size. Of course there are exceptions. Even the term van gets bastardized in definition.
Davydd 06/19/17 03:14pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
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