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Old 11-23-2015, 09:36 PM   #11
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tanks are 12.2 gals, 80% fill gets you to 9.6gals net. I added an extend-stay fitting and bought a composite tank thru amazon (much lighter) to carry as an extra. I added a low pressure quick connect for my grill. It's the generator that uses the most LP, but when you need it (a/c in the summer while traveling in hot weather) you'll probably be willing to fill up more often. Sprinters are a series of compromises, to gain the agility of the smaller form factor.

Good to know, thanks!


PS: on the series of compromises and small size agility point, the MBS has a rather amazing turning radius that kind of shocked me in a state park parking lot the other day with its ability to make a very nice U-turn I didn't think it could do!


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Old 11-24-2015, 01:59 AM   #12
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Hey guys and gals, I am reading this thread and have an off-topic question for ya, concerning the Prism and such. We are still tinkering with trying to get the diesel Class C's grouped together in one subforum. cause we understood the Solera, Forester, and Sunseeker diesels were all basically the same on the MBS chassis.

However, is the Coachmen Prism a different breed, as I am reading it is on a Mercedes Benz Freightliner chassis. Is this just marketing terms, or is there a difference between a MB Sprinter and MB Freightliner chassis?

http://www.forestriverinc.com/produc...spx?LineID=184

http://www.coachmenrv.com/product-de...aspx?LineID=53

You can just PM me with the answers, as not to hijack or disrupt this thread any more than I already have. Thanks for your support
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