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RE: 24 ft ClassC MH downsides

Gjac, We have a 2002 Winnebago 24v Class C withe the 158" WB on a E350 chassis. Completely empty, it weighs just under 10,000 pounds. Full of fluids and gear for a long trip, we topped out at 11,400 pounds, just under the GVWR of 11,500. On ALL of our other RV's (truck campers, truck&trailer, diesel pusher, etc) my wife refused to drive. With this Class C, my wife does 2/3's the driving. The Winnie handles like a breeze. The new chassis are supposed to be even better. I would not be concerned about a E350 chassis.
whizbang 09/15/20 04:09am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Vintage RV upgrades

Ammonia drip fridges have to be dead level to work properly. If you run them out of level, you will kill them. There are you Tube videos of burner cleaning, flue cleaning, etc. It might just need some maintenance. However, given it's age, it wouldn't be surprising if it's dead. A new frig costs about.... $750. Good luck.
whizbang 09/15/20 03:25am Class C Motorhomes
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