Originally Posted by Cctodd2530
Thanks. Are you referencing the Roadtrek 190? I still am considering it.
Yes, I am, for all the RT Chevys, but let me clarify this. Some class B coaches have their tires mounted under the chassis. Others provide no spare at all. The remainder house the spare in a Continental mount that uses a hitch receiver for attachment. If this Continental spare tire mount is standard
equipment it is probably included in the overall advertised length of the coach. But if it is an option
, to determine the real world coach length you have to add it's fore-and-aft dimension. Since it fits into a hitch receiver it can be installed and removed but it's fairly heavy and doing it on a repeated basis IMO would be a PITA.