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Old 05-23-2015, 02:03 PM   #21
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Default Re: Would the SMB Classic be a class "B" or "C"?

It comes down to what you want to believe. Only RV.net makes a clear distinction mainly to organize their forums. Also I know of only one gathering that deliberately follows a stricter B policy and that has been the RV.net Class B Rally of which 12 have been held annually. The converter companies don't discriminate between types for rallies. The other group I have participated with called the BEE Social Group never did discriminate. They have had tear drops to 45 foot Class A's in attendance though the B's dominate.
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Old 05-23-2015, 04:14 PM   #22
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Default Re: Would the SMB Classic be a class "B" or "C"?

Whatever you want to label it, I have one of my own - expensive! Starting at $120k it says! That's alot for an Econoline. At that kind of money, you aren't too far from configuring a Tiger, built on a more robust F550 chassis, and far more capable and comfortable.
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Old 05-23-2015, 06:03 PM   #23
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The Tiger does not fit the bill by Sportsmobile standards. The SMB enthusiast wants go anywhere ( I.E. slim canyons, low branches n overhangs etc...) capabilities in as small a footprint available. Not our tastes or needs but it is the SMB niche. I couldn't tell from the article if the $120k included 4X4 which would be another $10K at least.
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