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camperdave wrote:

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We currently have a class C and can go a week frugally so tanks in an A would be better! Didn't think of that...thank you!


What are you wanting to be different while boondocking in an A vs your current C?


Its time might be ending...we have a leak that hubby is fixing (and swears he will fix; he is a diy guy to the max)....in the cabover. Looking to get rid of the cabover and thus a King bed. He sleeps in cabover; I get the back bed which he only fits in if he sleeps diagonally (not going to happen with me in there). I need room to sleep! Our added water tank (hubby!) gets us a week and that is good...after that I need to move on to new sights. And is just about 15 years old.
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Another consideration for boon docking is battery bank size. Usually easier to expand battery bank size in a class A.


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Another consideration for boon docking is battery bank size. Usually easier to expand battery bank size in a class A.


Do class A's typically come with enough for that (frugal usage)? We did add to our C.

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dcason wrote:

RLS7201 wrote:

Another consideration for boon docking is battery bank size. Usually easier to expand battery bank size in a class A.


Do class A's typically come with enough for that (frugal usage)? We did add to our C.


There is never enough batteries but you do have a generator to recharge them.

When we are prudent on electrical usage, run the generator for an hour daily, we can go for ever.

Tanks are a different story.


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