Re: anybody ever heard of this class b model?
thanks, i really appreciate the info. picked it up, got in this am 0500 hrs after a short 1,400 mile ride home. it is indeed involved with chinook, i found a trailwagons/chinook sticker inside. love it to death, not one problem coming home. it is exactly as described as in the source you quoted in your reply, except mine has leather seats all. its kinda cool because the front seats are heated along with the lumbar, plus there are heated and cooled cupholders. the sofa seat is powered to go to its bed position.
there is no manuals for either the vehicle or conversion, the vehicle manual is common but it looks like i'm going to have to hunt a bit to hopefully find the rv workings manual, if any are available. i will start with chinook and go from there. the reason is that the thing has tons of buttons and switches for all the rv kind of stuff. i can figure out most of it, i might need some help on the rest if you don't mind. i love this little rv like nobodys business. there are lots of other stuff....like besides the stowable inside table, there is another table that hooks right up to the trailer hitch.
i got this vehicle primarily as a tow vehicle because of its. 5.7 v8 (300 plus torque) and its set up already for trailer brakes with the controller. but i really like the rv part even more, been looking at them for years but the money was just not there for the ones i liked. this one is 10 years old and 120k miles so it was relatively cheap. used less than a half quart of oil coming home, even with a "minor" manifold leak (it minor until the bill come due to fix).
what a great place, thanks again...mike