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Just a group of class c rigs to maybe get some tips and tricks on your special touches on your RV..learn from each other..

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  • eddie1261
    eddie1261 :
    Hello to all you Class C-ers! I am new to the game. I bought a 25 ft Sunseeker in late August and have not taken it out yet. I am in northeast Ohio and lately have been living in the weather I am dying to get away from.

    I would like to ask who has solar ...  more
    • January 12
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    • eddie1261
      Mrfixit38672 I have a 24 ft Tioga and have 2 100 watt panels that just fit..If you have side rails I have seen ladder racks..and side mounts that I don't prefer..also you can extend your solar cables to about 20 ft or so and just lay out your panels in the sun while ...  more
      • January 13
  • Bert/Teresa
    Bert/Teresa:
    • January 9
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    • Bert/Teresa
      Mark and Carrie Aawwww. Everyone looks so happy!!
      • January 9
  • Bert/Teresa
    Bert/Teresa:
    We have always had a class c
    Love the over the can space for grandkids or my husband's art projects.Glad this group started
    • January 9
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  • Mark and Carrie
    Mark and Carrie:
    We love our Class C. We've had it for about a year and it's seen some extensive use already. When I was a child, we owned a Brougham, like the picture here.

    What is your favorite thing about owning a Class C?
    • January 8
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    • Mark and Carrie
      Michigan Minnie We got the RV to tour in.  The class B units seemed too small for comfort for anything but an overnight or weekend.  Our 24' Minnie Winnie suits our needs perfectly as a compromise between mobility and comfort...not that those 30 something foot ...  more
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    • Mark and Carrie
      tlong We do a lot of primitive camping here in and around West Virginia. Many of the U.S. Forest Service and State Park campgrounds only accommodate the smaller RV's, and our 30 footer works out fine. Hide 1 Reply
    • Mark and Carrie
      Sandi & Gerry We love many things about it:

      We can get into national parks even when towing our car

      It's easy to drive around town and find parking places at grocery stores

      It's the perfect size for 2 people
      • January 9
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      • Mark and Carrie
        Mark and Carrie I agree with all of that except we don’t have a tow vehicle. :)
        • January 9
    • Mark and Carrie
      Sandi & Gerry Ours is a Mini Cooper. Everything is small!
    • Mark and Carrie
      Michigan Minnie For those of you that flat tow a car with a smaller class C, do you notice much of a difference with the car behind you? Hide 1 Reply
      • Mark and Carrie
        Sandi & Gerry My husband drives and he doesn't notice a difference when driving. He just has to be careful when pulling into a gas station, because he can't back up.
  • Mrfixit38672
    Mrfixit38672 created a new group:
    Class c'ers
    • December 3, 2017
    • Mrfixit38672
      Fancy Pants glad you made this group never had a c before, will go fulltime alone in spring need to learn all i can  blessings
      are you full time
      • December 13, 2017
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