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Towing with a Class C #14102008 08/20/21 02:35 PM
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Was thinking about buying a motor home class c
for pulling my 20 foot bass boat while traveling.
How difficult is backing down and pulling out of
a steep or semi steep boat ramp?

Re: Towing with a Class C [Re: Redwatermelon] #14102586 08/20/21 09:44 PM
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not only nope but heck nope!

most of them have a hiway rear end in them, no torque, no torque means no pulling power.

you are better off with a 1 ton single rear wheel/12' camper, you can drop the camper if staying a few days and still have transportation.

if you are in a motor home of any size and no second vehicle you are pretty much stuck at camp unless you don't care.


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