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billy1davis

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Posted: 01/10/18 05:10pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

How does the ride comfort compare with a class B+? I know it isn't a class DP but maybe the ride is still pretty good? I am looking at a 30ft Class B+ Itasca

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Posted: 01/10/18 06:09pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Wrong forum, a B+ is a Class C. Or maybe you are asking how a Class B compares to a Class B+. Can't help you there.


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ours rides great, much easier to get around and wife loves driving.
Had a class A, wont be going back.

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A Class A Diesel Pusher? Have you studied this sufficiently to make an informed decision? Driven a B+ enough to answer your own question?


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not sure how a class b+ is a class c? Maybe for the sake of this forum that is how it is labeled?
I would like to know how the larger class b ( B+) compares to a class c and class a

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Hu billy. It all has something to do with how the camper is attached to the chassis or maybe how the leg bone connects to the foot bone. Folks on this Forum are very fond of being exclusive but yours is a good question and deserves an answer. We had a Class B (Roadtrek) and it rode like the big, heavy dodge van that it was. It rattled and banged a lot but we loved it. We now have a B+ (or C-), built on a Mercedes Sprinter chassis. It has a smoother ride and much less noise but still not as good as our GMC Sierra Truck. We love it too. We rented a big Class C years ago and it rode like a tank. We did not love it but maybe they are more comfortable now. Can't speak for a Class A. lizzie

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I like that...."C-" I would love to hear how the other B+'s or(C-) ride.

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We have a 23 foot Class C Coach House and it rides and handles very well; prior to it we owned a 19 foot Pleasure Way on a Dodge chassis. It was a fine unit and being a little shorter was easy to park; it also handled well. Reason we bought the Coach House was to have better beds, a good bathroom and shower, and more space to haul all the stuff we have. A longer Class C would have reduced cargo capacity compared to our shorter one. From what I've learned, there really isn't a Class B+, that's just a marketing term and generally not recognized by the industry standards which are based on how the motorhome is constructed, not some advertising idea. Generally speaking I think you will find that the shorter Class C's will ride and handle a little better than a Class B; the longer Class C's ride OK but are more limited on ease of handling and parking due to their length.

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We have a 23ft class C on a Chevy chassis. Ride is good and comfortable. 2 Queens, bathroom, dinette and tons of storage.

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I don't get it?? I have found that with the class a's we have tried that the longer the WB the better the ride. So with Class C's it is the opposite?

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