Anyone heard of a store in the Orlando/Kissimmee area that specializes in all things outdoors for the RV? Patio Rugs, lights, etc. I heard from a fellow camper that there was one similar to the one in Stuart, FL - but larger. Any ideas? Thank for our help
We were set to have Blue Ox install their motorcycle lift on our motorhome until they told us that since the frame extension weld is behind the rear axle, they would not do the install. This obviously does not apply to all RV's and may not apply to all brands of lifts - this is just our experience. Our Victory weighs in at about 1000 lbs and the lift 600 lbs (if I recall correctly) puts a lot of downward weight on the back of the RV when you go over bumps/uneven surfaces. So, we tow a trailer with the Escape and Victory inside.
I have a 2008 Gulfstream SuperNova that is built on a M-6 International Truck Chassis. Like the Dynamax and some others, it is a truck conversion. I think, as one of the previous posters stated, Gulfstream originally referred to this rig as a "Super C". To my knowledge, Super C is not an industry designation where a truck conversion is recognized as a class of RV. This is just the way I understand it, I certainly am not an expert.
BTW - I am very happy with my Supernova.
X2 for Texas TC, extremely knowledgeable. I have all chassis related service done at my local international dealer and cabin work done at my RV dealer. I get avg of 7 mpg and have 23,000 miles on rig.
The Supernova has been great for us. We're currently in Sedona, the 2nd stop on a 60000 mile trip, and so far she has performed great. Enjoy learning the in's and out's of your new rig.
It sounds like we're about a year behind you. We begin our full-time journey tomorrow!!! May 25, 2012 is our launch date. We have a western itinery also - Tulsa - Santa Fe - Sedona - N. and S Rim Grand Canyon - Zion - Bryce - and Yellowstone by June 25th for 2 weeks.
We have a 08 Gulf Stream Supernova 37' model 6372.