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Thor Majestic 23A

Hi there- Any thoughts or comments on 2015 Thor Majestic 23a please? Were they made specifically for Cruise America? They seem to differ from 23U. How do they drive on dirt roads? We are looking at one for sale by a local rental company. 111,000 miles. Thanks for any input!
Malone 04/06/21 10:33pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: How get truck and TC with ample weight capacity

From https://autowise.com/diesel-engine-failure-bosch-cp4-lawsuits-roll-on/ “Unfortunately, there’s no such retrofit kit for the Ford 6.7 Power Strokes because of the way the CP4 pump is mounted in the engine. However, S&S does offer a CP4.2 bypass kit (aka “Disaster Prevention Kit‘) which reroutes fuel from the pump’s bottom end back to the tank and filters. S&S Diesel Motorsport’s “Disaster Prevention Kit” doesn’t keep the Bosch CP4 in Ford Power Stroke 6.7Ls from failing. But it does prevent the pump debris from circulating through the entire fuel system.” This re-routing prevents metal debris from contaminating the rest of the high-pressure system if/when a failure occurs.
Malone 04/03/21 08:28pm Truck Campers
RE: How get truck and TC with ample weight capacity

Thanks! Googling now!
Malone 04/03/21 07:57pm Truck Campers
RE: How get truck and TC with ample weight capacity

Thank you all for the great advice thus far!! We really appreciate it! Tomorrow we are going to look at a couple F-450 drw 4x4 CC’s w 8’ beds. :) A 2013 King Ranch and a 2012 XLT.
Malone 04/03/21 06:48pm Truck Campers
How get truck and TC with ample weight capacity

Hi all- We are looking to purchase TC and have been doing all the research we can. It appears truck + camper matching is an ongoing hot topic and it is obviously of great interest to us. Here’s as many particulars that I can think of and we would love any advice folks might want to pass on. -We want to be very conservative about payload capacity and have plenty of extra wiggle room. This is paramount. We would like a large margin plus good safe handling. -We are looking at used for both truck and TC. -would like 4x4 as we like desert and off road camping -looking for hard side -do not want slideouts -would ultimately like to boondock (can add upgrades in the future) -don’t care about dry bath, TVs -edit: crew cab for part time third passenger As other posters have pointed out it is not generally practical to take prospective trucks or TCs to scales before purchasing used. We are considering 350 dually. Unsure if diesel or gas. In our price range we are looking at something about 10 years old with less than 200k miles. For TC there seem to be a lot of used Lances in our area, maybe 15 years old. Uses would be extended and short trips, remote or dispersed camping. Not really KOA type. We test drove a Bigfoot on top of a dually and it seemed rather top heavy. Do we have to worry about cog? We are unsure if we should just go ahead and get a dually then find the TC. With a dually are we good to go with nonslideouts? Again, any advice appreciated.
Malone 04/03/21 01:56pm Truck Campers
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