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    Anywhere from 30 gal to 120 gal fresh water, very wide range. Depends mostly on length and GVW guy. You start looking you'll see what I mean.

    ck the spec sheets after you find a floor plan u like. Most will give distance from ground to floor and length of the ramp door so u can figure run/rise to ck the incline. Some show wide open floor plans where stool and shower dont really have a door n all beds and tables flip dn from the wall, just look for what u can live with I guess.

    thor ind. makes about 10 diff lines of RV's and they have toy haulers.
    google toy haulers man n stand back,er roll! oops url for thor is bad right now.

    Myself, I'm lookin at another class a, just not as big as McDuffers. lol
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    Im looking at a class C myself. Im going to fla next week to try some out. Rdf, I went about 5 or so days without (with good chemicals)emptying my black water this summer and it was never even half full. It all depends on how many times you use it...LOL With just me and my daughter, it takes a while to fill it. I sometimes cheated with the gray tank and let it run out at night. My 18 foot camper has 30 gallon gray and black water tanks. I like my camper but set up is hard for me so I think I am going with a 25 or less foot class c instead.
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    thanks guys, for the RV info, I'm getting excited again, and summer is a long way off I better start pacing myself, lol.
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    Ahhh the torture of "cabin fever".....I am ready for spring!!!!!
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    Here is an ad from Trailer Life www.CoachLift.com
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    Thank you for sharing the links SCI-Nurse. Your help is much appreciated.
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