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Old 07-05-2014, 08:14 PM   #1
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My perceptions, 2005 lexington 255ds

I am new to the class c or b+ series, not sure exactly what it is classified as but I think it is considered a class b+. I have had one small 5th wheel, and 3 travel trailers. I enjoy the aspect of the journey more with the lexington as opposed to the travel trailers, but the newness of once again having an rv probably has something to do with that. I am impressed with the smoothness and power of the ford e450 chassis and drive train. I am thinking my level of anxiety is diminished driving as opposed to pulling. I am giving up space in the rv compared to the travel trailers but I think we will be ok with the 255ds. It is very easy to get the rv exactly where We want it without much effort. This is a plus. The inside movement is greatly diminished with the lexington while parked in the rv site and we have no stabilizer jacks. This is a big plus. The time setting up and leaving campsite seems less. This seems like a plus. We have not decided yet whether to tow a vehicle or just drive our rv when we leave the campsite. These are some of My perceptions.

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