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OK, I added a thread on small Class C's to the FAQ. Let's list out the larger C's so people searching the FAQ can find that info in one place too. I am thinking the Kodiak 5500 class 5 rigs and up from there.

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Jim, check out rvnetlinx.com as most all RV manufacturers are listed there and you can click on to their web sites. Chuck.

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Good link Chuck - looking for just heavy duty C's here though you certainly can get some of that on rvnetlinx if you sift through for long enough. I made your link clickable.

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The whole dynaquest line fits in there I think. dynamax


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Kodiak Super C units I know of:

Gulfstream Endura and Conquest
Jayco Seneca
Bigfoot 4000 series


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Medium duty will probably be on the Freightliner M2 cab and chassis. Heavy Duty would be Class 8 cab and chassis. The Freightliner Columbia is the most common. Although some large units are on the Freightliner Coronado. Then custom units on Kenworth, International, Peterbilt cab and chassis.

I believe all of these companies have web sites.

Renegade by Kibbi
Haulmark
Showhauler
United Specialities - Trendsetter
NRC Modifications
Dynamax
All of these are in the general area of Elkhart, Indiana

Optima (Optima Trailers web site)
Transport Designs in Pennsylvania
Butler Motorcoaches in Wisconsin
Pony Xpress (ponyxp.net) Ford F-550 and Chevy C-5500 cab and chassis
Kingsley
Besides these there are probably another half dozen custom shops that build units to the customers layout.

Also there are a few dealers that use their own brand name but the rigs are built by some of the above manufacturers.

One other thing is that many of these companies will build on the customer's chassis. So a used class 8 cab and chassis can be purchased for much less money than a new chassis.

Also most of these companies will build a custom floorplan. Plus they will have standard layouts in motorhomes, totehomes and garage layouts and are willing to do a lot of floorplan modifications to fit the customers request. (Especially true on the larger class 8 chassis.)

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There are also the Funmover 35C and 39C on the Ford F750 chassis.

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RichS18 wrote:

There are also the Funmover 35C and 39C on the Ford F750 chassis.


Yup ... I was just focusing on the Kodiak chassis.


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driveby wrote:

Kodiak Super C units I know of:

Gulfstream Endura and Conquest
Jayco Seneca
Bigfoot 4000 series

Add Gulfstream Ultra
Four Winds Chateau 34R
Four Winds Dutchmen 34R
Four Winds Four Winds 34R
Four Winds FunMover 33C and 34C

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