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Class C.

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Creative thinking! I would go with Class C.

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It’s an....unusual. Is it somewhat tail heavy? Wonder what the front and rear axles weigh?


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Started out as a fiver, but after a sudden stop it ended up on the back of the truck. Add some corner jacks and you’d have the worlds longest truck camper.

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I want to see them jump up into that rig . . . .





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They want to be real careful first thing in the morning. Tuck and roll.

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Technically it would be a class C. It also looks to be somewhere around fifteen feet tall, which would be problematic on many fronts (both legal and practical).





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