wee3-gin, clyde & the bichon frise 2002 Forest River Windsong-34' Class A
Workhorse 8.1 W22 with Allison Tranny
1996 Geo Tracker-4WD--"Trudy"
2003 Minnie Winnie 30V - "The Frosty Hauler" (Class C)
May the Angels guide your wheels and ride on your shoulder.
Soon I will have a fifth wheel on the place for sale.
I also have a Tioga 29H Class C.
At the present time, the plan is to advertise them both when the time comes, and whichever sells I will keep the other one.
So, yes, the possibility exists that I might go from a Class C to a fifth wheel.
Then again, I might change my mind between now and when the advertising campaign begins.
Nothing is definite until the ad is placed!
CM1, USN (RET)
2002 Fleetwood Southwind 32V, Ford V10
Daily Driver: '06 PT Cruiser Turbo
Toy: 1999 Dodge QC SWB, Cummins, 5 speed, 4X4
Other toys: a pair of Kawasaki Brute Force 750 ATVs and a boat.
"When seconds count, help is only minutes away!"
Would anyone trade a small, high quality, class C or B (Lazy Daze/Born Free/Dynamax etc)
for a high quality, full time fifth wheel? (New Horizon)
Does it come with the truck to tow it?
Todd, Shirley, and the "Maddawgs" min-pins Precious and Buster Brown
2011 Itasca Cambria 30C
2011 Demco KarKaddy 460SS
TST 507 RV TPMS
"if there is anything left when we are gone, then we miscalculated"
As someone who has had a large 5th wheel and now has a 30 foot Winnebago Minnie Winnie...NO...the Class C is easier to drive and manipulate in towns and around corners, the Class C is easier to manuever and level into campgrounds, the Class C is easier and quicker to set up and pack up, and it it much more convenient to have everything inside and to be able to access bathroom, refrigerator, etc. while in travel.
Don't say I'll never have another 5th wheel...who knows...I really love Winnie...it's as much of a high driving her as it was the 5th wheel.
Having the 5th wheel has helped me to really appreciate Winnie. Just my 2 cents worth!