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What is the shortest class A with a slide out?


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There is the new Georgie Boy double slide 25F bumper to bumper. If you are interested, I just happen to have photos on my photo website. (not because I am pushing a Class A, but because we really liked this model)


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You can find out some of the answer by visiting the website's of the manufacturers and going to dealers. The only thing, you will probably need to ask as not many dealers stock short MHs as the market is not big!


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Donna, can I ask why you are looking for the shortest A ?


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Take a look at the Safari Trek and the Holiday Rambler Travler.They come as short as 24ft.

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Hi MBGOVE,

Storage, will be towing for the first time, ease of travel ( getting in and out of places around towns and camp sites).

I am thinking of a transitional motor home because I have only had a mini class c. So a small Class a to break me into the big time.

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Check out the Trail-lite products, starting at 26.5' and under $50.000 new. They have a very low weight to HP ratio. They are available with the new 8.1 L chevy engine and get very good MPG. We considered one, but ended up with a used 30' Beaver Monterey DP. See them at http://www.dickgoresrvworld.com/TrailLite.htm

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Hi Donna,
This is probably obvious, but you shouldn't make "shortest" your primary criteria. Short yes, but shortest, no.

I would like to suggest that you look at www.Rexhall.com. I recently purchased a non-slide Vision 26 foot from Rexhall. Pretty pleased so far. I went up from a slide in truck camper rig to this one, and it was a pretty easy transition. After just three months, I'm very confident driving the MoHo by itself, and after just one month with the toad (Jeep Grand Cherokee), I'm getting the hang of that too.

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