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Posted: 03/07/19 08:10pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Do you know of a small Class A (say 25 feet or less) with twin beds and no slides?

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Posted: 03/08/19 07:20am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Check Phoenix Cruiser. Years ago we looked at a short model and it had facing sofas that went down to twin beds. It did not have a slide and was about 25 ft.


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Leisure Travel has a B+ that has two opposing sofa's that are easily converted into twin beds. They offer a front twin bed version on the Ford diesel chassis and a rear twin bed on the Mercedes diesel chassis. Both of these plans offer a full shower 'dry' bath.

I don't think there is a class-A in the 25 ft. range, it will be a class-B or C.

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I think you will have more luck with a small C or B+. Very few options in the Class A for 26 footers (nothing short of that) and I think the ride will suffer. A class B+ will ride much better and have higher MPG. Although I think you would spend more money on a B+ than a shorty A.

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winnie makes a nice B van if that is big enough?
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Thor Axis/Vegas 24.1?

https://www.thormotorcoach.com/axis/floor-plans/241

One small slide though...


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They used to make them. Mine is 29’ and has twin beds which are convertible to a queen bed. There are some nicely restored units.


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The no slide is kind of a deal breaker with a 25 foot Class "A". There are two we are looking at, the Vegas/Axis and the Via. We both prefer the Via but it is a bit more. Take a look at the Vegas/Axis, with just one small slide.

The Vista 26he is another choice.


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D.E.Bishop wrote:

The no slide is kind of a deal breaker with a 25 foot Class "A". There are two we are looking at, the Vegas/Axis and the Via. We both prefer the Via but it is a bit more. Take a look at the Vegas/Axis, with just one small slide.

The Vista 26he is another choice.

Why not just drop back a year for getting what you really want and for fitting your budget. Not only will you save money on depreciation, but maybe with a lot of bugs already out of it, with a previous owner making all the trips to the Dealer.


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tropical36 wrote:

D.E.Bishop wrote:

The no slide is kind of a deal breaker with a 25 foot Class "A". There are two we are looking at, the Vegas/Axis and the Via. We both prefer the Via but it is a bit more. Take a look at the Vegas/Axis, with just one small slide.

The Vista 26he is another choice.

Why not just drop back a year for getting what you really want and for fitting your budget. Not only will you save money on depreciation, but maybe with a lot of bugs already out of it, with a previous owner making all the trips to the Dealer.


I'm not the OP and I don't have a problem, we're just looking.

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