Awilson,It sounds like your plan is to go full time or at least for extended periods of multiple months, so I can understand the need for more room, and a diesel pusher surely offers the most for the footprint. They are almost a story and a half with so much basement storage to keep the living space clutter-free.I hope you connect with a great DP discussion forum as that is an art form (forum) all to itself. Blessings to the two of you in your new venture in your diesel pusher.Ron Dittmer
Best to you both. I can only speak for us, but having owned aclass A, we are now on our 2nd PC. The main reason being ,we prefer to travelthe "blue lines" (state & county roads), and the A just wasn't fun on some ofthe back roads, and did not enjoy driving super slabs all the time.We all have different ideas, thus many types of RVs to pice from.
Alan, best wishes, and please share a bit more. Will you be full-timing or months out and how wouldn't a larger PC with permanent beds have been a good choice for you? Was there a model you almost considered?Had you previously traveled in a large MH and what about that experience was lacking in the PC?My own wife bristles at the idea of making up a bed each stop and I wonder if a murphy bed in the 2400 would appease her, maybe not, she has a friend who requires no less than a king-size bed. Women!Thanks,Randall
Nice - we are looking back at dp A's too - hard to find comparable quality to the PC - I have passed on 8 to 10 that were at my price point but not in my quality range. Just too picky after the PC I guess.