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Posted: 01/28/20 09:31am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Mine came back as a TC which is what I've had for 16 years, not what I've been considering a super C. Maybe worth listening too and keeping the money...

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The quiz left out some important criteria that would provide a finer cut for just the right fit. For instance, what if two adults with no kids (i.e. like the DW and myself) want -> full stick house amenities without hookups (ducted A/C, ducted heat, wet shower, dry bath, etc.), no high steps to enter/exit, at least two good seats for crashing in the evenings, decent chassis ground clearance for occasional off-highway backcountry use, not too long and not too tall for occasional off-highway backcountry use, a gasser for ultimate fuel availability in the U.S., some redundancy in heating, cooling, and electrical charging systems in case of failure, and a common chassis that's been available for awhile for ease in locating parts and service everywhere in the U.S.?

In other words, the quiz should have been structured such that in the end these kind of choices would show up for prospective buyers: Small as tolerable Class B and Class C motorhomes built on a well proven U.S. sourced chassis and with an available 4WD option. [emoticon]


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1995brave wrote:

Mine came back as truck camper. Funny, i just bought a class "B" i like. It will take me down to the coast fishing or anywhere else i want to go for a day or couple weeks if i want.


Truck camper for me, too; which is ironic since it was our truck camper that taught us that we are pretty minimalistic campers. And that led to our cargo van conversion, which is even more convenient and nimble than the TC

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Hmmm may be some merit to it. Lol

Mine came back TT and we're on our 4th, even after retiring.
But really the biggest reason is I need the bed of truck to haul my portable Bass boat.

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Mine came back as a TC also, which is not even close to our wants.
Are they selling Truck Campers?


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After I read the first question I closed the page. I've had a few job interviews like that. I knew in the first 5 minutes it was not a fit and I thanked them for their interest and left.





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LOL another truck camper here, that would probably be the last RV I would buy. (no offence to the TC fans)

I think the answers should have had better seperation as I liked most of the answers. [emoticon]

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Mine came back "pop-up... I have a class C. I'm going to go back and retake the quizz until I get class C. Then I'll now how to think!!!


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docsouce wrote:

Mine came back "pop-up... I have a class C. I'm going to go back and retake the quizz until I get class C. Then I'll now how to think!!!

docsouce

I was looking at your map. It's looks like you've been to every state in the lower 48 except Louisiana and Florida. Is that right? How can someone go to 46 states and Florida is not one of them? I've been there. It's worth at least a night or two. Heck, you could visit the US Navy Air Museum without going South in the peninsula at all. That's one of the best tourist attractions I've ever seen. And it's free, if you don't want to give them a donation, which I think you should.

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Hi Steve. Thanks for the advise. I'll keep it in mind. We're going on another 10 week trip this coming summer,2020, and again my route doesn't take me through Florida, Louisiana or Alaska. 2 years ago we passed close to Louisiana while we were running west on US 82 but didn't visit/camp there. However next year, 2021 , we're hoping to run the length of the Great River Road. Then I'll probably run through Northern Florida enroute Louisiana. We'll see.

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