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carmichael

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Posted: 04/02/12 11:08am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

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)

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Posted: 04/02/12 11:13am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I'm sure somebody would.

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nope!


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Only if the 5th wheel will become my permanent house. And even then I would think maybe there are better choices than any kind of 5th wheel for full-timing in.


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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!


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If price was the same and I wanted one or the other then yes.


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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!


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Maddawgs wrote:

carmichael wrote:

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?
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No ,unless we changed the way we travel which I don't see ever happening!


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carmichael wrote:

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?


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