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For those of you that travel in a Class C.

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  1. Looking for a Super C

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  2. Getting into overhead bunk

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  3. Road noise

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  4. Driver seat replacement

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  5. 1994 Class C Remodel

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  6. Newbies with 'Oldie'

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  7. Carry Mobility Scooter

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  9. Toad brake control

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  10. DC issues

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  11. Super C

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  12. 2017 Dynamex Rev 24RB

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  13. Car Dolly Towing

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    • That is true , Ray .  It would be nice if they had someone that actually knows something respond .  Scouring the internet , I haven't found a single post similar to my problem . All references to lights are associated with other problems , which I don't have .
    • Thanks, everyone. Useful info. 
    • Hi, here’s a link to all the members of the Organic Trade Association: https://ota.com/membership/ota-members   Also, Amazon delivers products from Whole Foods presumably wherever you are. Good luck! WendyW
    • Thanks for all of your help! Your guys are wonderful!Here is what I found out from Thor Customer service about my couch by giving them my vin number.GCWR: 26,000GRWR 22,000Vehicle Dry Weight: 16,646.My flat towed vehicle is 4x4Taking David's suggestion, I will only fill 1/4 of my fresh tank( I am camping at fully hookup camp site 100%) , that will reduce the load by 300 lbs.The Weight of the whole family(assuming everyone in the family goes): 860 lbsTaking David's suggestion, I will not take more than 500 lbs of luggage with me (if I do, I will reduce it to under 500 lbs)Also the curb weight of my towed vehicle DOES include the weight of the driver (165 lbs) since no one will be at towed vehicle when it is flat towed , the weight of my towed vehicle is only going to be 5,856 - 165 = 5,691 lbsSo What I can tow is as following:26,000 - 16,646 (Motorhome Weight) - 860 lbs (passenger) - 500 (cargo) - 100 lbs (1/4 of fresh tank water) - 88 (propane ) - 480 (gas) = 7,334 My buffer = 7,334- 5,691(towed vehicle weight ) =1,643So looks like I still have 1,643 lbs buffer to play with. Even I fill the whole fresh water tank, I still have 1,343 lbs buffer. That makes me very comfortable. Of course I will definitely weight the motor home when it is loaded.Thanks again to all of you
    • Howdy! We stayed at Buffalo Crossing RV Resort in West Yellowstone our last visit to Yellowstone NP. Nice clean park with pull through FHU sites. Walking distance to places to see and eat out a in the town of West Yellowstone. You will need to make reservations as far in advance as you can (now) to be able to stay anywhere to visit any NP in July. ” Happy Trails “ Chiefneon
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