Dumb Question of the Month

#1
OK. Here it goes.
What is the difference between a Class A, B, and C. I never heard of that til I began reading this forum. But I AM a newbie :bleh:
Thanks for the explanation ahead of time.
Sherrie :kiss:
 

C Nash

Senior Member
#3
Dumb Question of the Month

No such thing as a dumb :question: unless it's not asked. I'll give it a try
Class A- complete house design from chassis up

Class B- uses truck cab with house built over cab and back

class C- van conversions

Maybe some of the others can describe them a little better :)
 

hertig

Senior Member
#5
Dumb Question of the Month

Hmmm. Here's another way of looking at it.

Class B is a van which has RV stuff built into it. (100% van)
Class C is a van chassis and cab which has a RV shell added to it (50% van)
Class A is a RV chassis and shell (0% van) It can also be a bus which has RV stuff built into it.

Sorry guys, I got B and C mixed up the first time through too...
 
#6
Dumb Question of the Month

:laugh: I think Chelse's tounge got in front of his eye teeth and he couldn't see what he was writing... :laugh: So therefore, it's not his fault... :laugh:
 

ARCHER

Senior Member
#7
Dumb Question of the Month

Guess I didn't read his post very closely. My excuse, I took off my glasses.... :blackeye: :blackeye:
 
#8
Dumb Question of the Month

So, the Class designations only refer to one piece things? A TT doesn't fall into any of those, right? :blush:
If ya live long enough, you learn something new everday.
Thanks to all who responded.
Sherrie
 

C Nash

Senior Member
#9
Dumb Question of the Month

Woops :blush: :blush: Now Butch, you know I aint got no teeth :eek: so don't recond I can use that as a excuse. Prof reading does me no good cause, I had to read it four more times to see what I had done wrong. Just don't tell Betty, I done told her I never make mistakes :bleh:
 
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