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Re: [RC] motor home advise and about holding tanks............ - Mary Ann Spencer

Had bad experience a while back with holding tanks in the rear of a class C.  WELLLLLLL, some of the driveways in and out of gas stations in CO were at such a steep angle that the dang tank keep getting cracked.......use your imagination for the rest of this story.   not fun to fix.  I prefer the class A motorhome for this reason.
----- Original Message -----
From: Nancy
Sent: Friday, October 21, 2005 5:23 AM
Subject: [RC] motor home advise

I just love our 23 foot, class C, Tioga RV.  I lucked out and bought it used
from a BCH couple who ordered it from the factory with the all the towing
stuff.  The most important thing I have learned is to pull a bullet nosed
trailer, not a flat nosed one.  This will avoid the trailer hitting the back
of the RV while backing up or when going over dips.  Avoid a hitch extension
as it is one more thing that can break, however they are not inherently
dangerous.  The only thing I wish I had (well maybe my husband wishes) is
that loving space slide out. He, he....
Nancy Reed
Lazy J Ranch
Elfin Forest, CA
Going riding in the fog and praying the deer will not spook Jazzi!


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[RC] motor home advise, Nancy