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RE: Short Class A with no toad?

Hmm. Maybe I am the exception then. I drive my Sprinter based motorhome everywhere, shopping centers, grocery stores, downtown major cities, zoos, sporting events, etc. I have never been somewhere that I couldn't get into as long as there was enough height clearance. It drives like my big diesel 4 door pick up truck and it very easy to drive. That is one of my concerns going to a 33 foot motorhome but I need more room for the kiddos and all the stuff they require. The Sprinter moho is really limited on carrying capacity and space.
mioutdoorsman 08/01/19 02:51pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Short Class A with no toad?

Thanks for the feedback. I am hesitant to go the toad route because my wife and I have a 3 and 4 year old and it is so much easier to come back to the motorhome for lunch, naps, etc if we are out sightseeing, etc. We have been rv'ing for years so we are pretty efficient at breaking down and heading out for the day to explore so that part doesn't worry me. We have a Sprinter based motorhome now and we have never towed a vehicle with it. We always used the motorhome as our main transportation and we never have had an issue. I just don't know if the few extra feet of our next coach will tip us over the edge of being able to get by without a toad.
mioutdoorsman 08/01/19 06:58am Class A Motorhomes
Short Class A with no toad?

Does anyone here have a short Class A and not tow a toad? I am looking at a 33 foot class A and debating if I need to factor in a toad. I am used to driving big trucks and used to have a diesel pusher so I am thinking I will be fine but want to get everyones thoughts on the topic. Thanks.
mioutdoorsman 07/31/19 07:26pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Sub 35 foot Well Built Motorhome?

Thanks for the ideas. How are the Thor Palazzo coaches? I have heard mixed reviews but curious if anyone has any real world experience. I love the size and layout of the 33.5 floor plan.
mioutdoorsman 06/12/19 08:39pm Class A Motorhomes
Sub 35 foot Well Built Motorhome?

Hi. I am going to be in the market for my next motorhome soon and am looking for one that is 35 foot or less in length. I am open to gas or diesel but it must have at least 6 seat belts for the wife and kiddos. What are some quality manufacturers out there? So far I've been looking at Tiffin and Holiday Rambler. Any others I should consider? I am moving from a Dynamax Isata 3 to this so I am looking forward to having more room inside. My previous motorhome was a 40 foot Winnebago diesel pusher. Great space but just too big for my needs and where we like to camp.
mioutdoorsman 06/10/19 01:02pm Class A Motorhomes
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