Ladies and gentlemen....As far as I can see the worst thing about the TC is:-
Haveing to work for a living, and not be out adventureing all the time.
But I suppose the lead up to that can be fun, especially reading all the things that you lot get up to. Some exciting and some scary.
Live and live long, and make sure you are having fun at the same time.
Biggest disadvantage......not using it ALL THE TIME.
I already do that, I just don't get to travel many places with it .
Follow me as I full-time the Redneck Way at The Journey of the Redneck Express CBChannel 17Redneck Express '1992Dodge W-250 "Dually" Power Wagon - Club Cab Long Bed 4x4 V8 5.9L gashog w/4.10 Geared axles '1974KIT Kamper 1106 - 11' Slide-in
If you want to back a boat into the water, the problem is the turn around areas are made for pickup trucks with boats attached. I love our TC, but would love a 26' C Class with slides if I could get our pontoon in the water at lauch ramps, but its hard enough to turn around with the truck. Theres no good answer for both problems.
I have found my cummin's 6.7 dually will handle my 4K lb camper and pull our 24' pontoon with no problems. Actually the boat is more a load (as for as pulling) than the camper. If you go to a Class C, you need a 450 chassis for towing heavy loads. As for B class units, I don,t see any that can tow a lot of weight.
Dodge, lwb, drw, 6.7, no mods
Arctic Fox 811
22' SunChaser fishing pontoon
04 Wrangler for mountian roads