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Posted: 02/04/19 03:30pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Anybody install a washer dryer in a class C MH?

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You would need the room to do it or rip something else out to make room. 110v dryers do not work that well. You might have to upgrade the elec service to 50 amps. That would be an expense that you would not re-coop when you sell it.

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I have them in my rig but it's a SuperC.


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Never seen one in a C. Have in a Super C.


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The Leprechaun 311 comes with the hookups if you are asking about new units set up for them.

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OLDROADDOG wrote:

Anybody install a washer dryer in a class C MH?


Anything is possible. But, IMO, in most Class C's, you'll be pushing your weight and balance limits, space limits, fresh water storage limits, grey/black water storage limits, and a few other things I cant think of right now.

But hey, if ya gotta have it, it can be done. In most cases you'll just have to decide "what you don't want" so you can have the washer/dryer. If you don't regularly boon dock, it will be less of an issue.

Super C's excepted.

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My diabetes test strips come in tubes that hold exactly $7.00 in quarters that we use for laundry machines. lots less weight, and no power-water concerns.


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Wouldn't own an RV nowadays without a washer/dryer. Having it makes things so convenient...and as said if you have the room, ability to plumb it in and provide power, your good to go!


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Acampingwewillgo wrote:

Wouldn't own an RV nowadays without a washer/dryer. Having it makes things so convenient...and as said if you have the room, ability to plumb it in and provide power, your good to go!


If you own a class C where do you have yours installed. It seems to me that to run one you would need to be hooked to utilities and if so a few quarters and a good magazine can get some crispy clean clothes at the park laundromat.
I have explored some pretty interesting towns locating their local laundromat and met some real characters as well.
As mentioned, all my quarters go into a container for laundry and car washes.

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