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Old 09-02-2016, 03:07 PM   #1
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Advise on changing horses

I need to understand what will happen if I talk myself into going from a fairly new 5er to a class C diesel.

I have a 2015 Rockwood signature ultra lite and my TV is a 2015 GMC 2500 gas.

So far no complaints about the trailer. It pulls easy and is perfect for the DW and the dog.

But my wife has some medical issues and may have to stop being as active. And, I'm not sure I want to continue with a TV and trailer if I don't have someone that can help with backing in, setting up and so on. On the other hand anything else will require care too. I have this mental image about the ease of stopping and taking a nap or having a sandwich or using the toilet. I'm 71 so stopping is something we do now every 2 hours or so. Plus there is the issue of needing a toad (or not).

And my wife would be able to use the bed and relax at any time.

I would really be interested in how class C owners feel about owning and driving a good sized C. Thank you.
Dan and Deb

2015 Rockwood Signature Ultra-Lite 8289 ws
2015 GMC Crew Cab 2500HD Gas:
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