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T. Anderson

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Posted: 05/28/20 07:52pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Is there a Class B that will comfortably sleep 3 adults? Or am I dreaming and should be looking for a C?

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Posted: 05/28/20 10:24pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

depends on the relationship of the 3 adults, but no you need to look a "C"'s


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Before we removed the sofa our Era could have easily slept 3. We leave the rear queen-plus sized bed set up all the time, and the sofa converts to a full-sized bed. It doubled as additional seating complete with seatbelts. Better be good friends though.

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Me, my wife, and grown daughter. But it sounds like a C would indeed be better.

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I assume you are planning on using the B to travel all over the country as you stated in a previous post.

You should forget the B and look at Class C units with a rear bed and a front overhang bed.
Setting up and taking down a dinette or couch as a bed gets real old, real quick. Trust me.

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Quick answer - Nope. Yeah I know lots of people will “make do” with a B, but given the choice why? A B that will support three adults, clothes, gear is going to cost a lot more than a small C class which will be far better suited.


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wildtoad wrote:

Quick answer - Nope. Yeah I know lots of people will “make do” with a B, but given the choice why? A B that will support three adults, clothes, gear is going to cost a lot more than a small C class which will be far better suited.

Many people don't "get" why some of us would never chose a C over a B, but that's OK because we have the option and it is a different discussion. I wouldn't travel in a B or C with three people. When I had a DP it was workable because of the bed/bath configuration and plenty of space to hang damp towels, but even that got old after a while.

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Posted: 05/29/20 05:19pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

As my old friend Ben Franklin said, “Fish and three people smell in three days in a B.”


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cavie wrote:

depends on the relationship of the 3 adults, but no you need to look a "C"'s

Not real common, but a B+ might fill the bill. Basically a C without the overcab bunk. Maybe a bit shorter.

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The Winnebago Fuse 23T looks nice !

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