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RE: F550 based Super C - anyone but THOR.

How do you remove the cab of a Ford in a Super C to work on the engine? Good question, and something I had not considered. I own a F250. Haven’t had to have it worked on in 10 years, but I know the cab has to be removed to work on it.
tommy salmon 08/29/21 10:21pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: F550 based Super C - anyone but THOR.

The THOR 32’ sticker price is around $250K. Trying to stay below that, but demand may make that target price unreal. I’m only familiar with Winnebago Class A and THOR Class C. Hoping for better amenities and quality like the Winnebago Class A we had, (water, sewer, electric, every part numbered, etc) but can live with THOR amenities if build quality was better.
tommy salmon 08/28/21 11:26pm Class C Motorhomes
F550 based Super C - anyone but THOR.

I’m interested in F550 based Super C motorhomes, but based upon my current THOR class C and the few THOR Super Cs I’ve looked at, I’m really unimpressed and disappointed in the quality of their products. Are there any other makes that use an F550 chassis in a Super C? This will probably be my last motorhome to buy, and I am fairly certain a Super C is the best fit for my style of RV. I’ve had a Class A gasser (good quality, but drove horrible) and currently have a Class C (good size, easier to drive, but noisy and need more towing power for mountain driving) and I think a Super C will be just right if I can have the quality of construction, finish, and trim that I desire.
tommy salmon 08/28/21 07:52pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Looking to downsize a little - and we went and done it!

We downsized from a 2013 Winnebago 35’ Class A to a 2018 Thor 24’ Class C. We hated the way the F53 drove and the engine noise. The Class C drives much better and we love that we can get into more camping areas, but just as noisy to drive (if not worse). and we miss having the extra seating and a walk around bed, so thinking of trading again for something bigger. We were thinking a small diesel pusher or a Super C, but just now been hearing about the 7.3 motor. Is the 7.3 more quiet than the V10? You mentioned the new F53 is a better driver than your old coach - how so? This info may make us consider a smaller gas Class A or a larger gas Class C.
tommy salmon 07/08/21 03:44pm Class A Motorhomes
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