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Old 07-25-2022, 08:04 PM   #1
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Smile New Class B owner, Old Class A owner.

Hey all, the wife and I just traded in the Class A RV, for a 2022 Pleasure Way Ontour 2.2.
Super excited for this new style of travel, and of course the learning curve.
any hints and ideas will be coming off this forum, thank you for having us.

Andy & Robyn
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Old 07-25-2022, 08:39 PM   #2
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Welcome to the ClassBForum! Great place to ask specific questions (there are a lot of experts here willing to share their knowledge), also great to just browse around and read what others have been dealing with.

Coming from a Class A, this transition should be super easy for you. Pretty much all the same in a smaller space!
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Old 07-25-2022, 09:25 PM   #3
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Hello and Welcome


My PW is an older model - I am very happy with the quality of the materials & work.
I hope you find the same satisfaction



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Thank you so much for the welcome, ya so far so good, although we are sure there are differences we are unaware of, really excited.
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Your advantages are ease of driving, parking and MPG


Everything else is compromised.


For our needs and use it's perfect
We usually do a month long trip each summer with a few shorter trips through the year.


We do public campgrounds, off grid boondocks, sometimes but rarely private campgrounds ( some cost more than a hotel...why ?) and have overnighted at walmarts, casinos, reststops etc when we are just on the move.


Storage and "do we use that" is always a consideration



an enjoyable way to travel
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