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Posted: 10/13/21 11:49am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

KD4UPL, you need to find a floorplan with belted comfortable seating for your passengers.
If long over the road trips are in your plans then you might want to try the comfort of a U-dinette for an hour or so. We found it very uncomfortable for extended time periods and had to alter ours and install gaming chair recliners mounted to the plywood decking of the u-dinette.
However I would not allow people to ride in that kind of stationary setup.

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I have the new Thor Omni XG32 Super C on the F550 chassis with the 6.7L Diesel and tow a 24ft trailer with 2 side by sides through the mountains of western Wyoming and Montana and have no issues with the 3k mile round trip and has more than enough power for the mountains, going up the steep grades it rarely down shifts and the engine braking is awesome coming down. Backing the trailer is not a problem either, the rear mounted camera comes in handy for backing.

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