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Class B Motor Homes
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2007 Roadtrek 210 Versatile Class B Camper Van Motorhome
2007 Roadtrek 210 Versatile Class B Camper Van Motorhome
$42,750.00
End Date: Tuesday Aug-22-2017 9:18:39 PDT
Buy It Now for only: $43,000.00

1997 Xplorer 230 Class B Motorhome Camper Van
1997 Xplorer 230 Class B Motorhome Camper Van
$16,900.00
End Date: Tuesday Aug-22-2017 12:06:37 PDT
Buy It Now for only: $16,900.00

1997 Class B Motor Home RV Ford Coachman Camper Van 19 ft Party Bus 350 engine
1997 Class B Motor Home RV Ford Coachman Camper Van 19 ft Party Bus 350 engine
$10,500.00
End Date: Wednesday Aug-23-2017 20:10:11 PDT
Buy It Now for only: $10,500.00

2003 Xplorer Xtreme Sprinter Diesel Class B Van Motorhome roadtrek pleasure way
2003 Xplorer Xtreme Sprinter Diesel Class B Van Motorhome roadtrek pleasure way
$19,500.00 (1 Bid)
End Date: Thursday Aug-24-2017 9:15:16 PDT
Buy It Now for only: $29,750.00

2006 Roadtrek 190 Popular 4x4 Class B Motorhome 21
2006 Roadtrek 190 Popular 4x4 Class B Motorhome 21
$53,000.00
End Date: Sunday Aug-27-2017 8:29:36 PDT
Buy It Now for only: $53,000.00

1994 Airstream B190 Camper Van Self Contained Class B Motorhome Great Shape
1994 Airstream B190 Camper Van Self Contained Class B Motorhome Great Shape
$8,999.00
End Date: Sunday Aug-27-2017 20:30:00 PDT
Buy It Now for only: $14,999.00

2005 Winnebago Rialta 22QD 22 Class B Motorhome Gasoline Generator CALIFORNIA
2005 Winnebago Rialta 22QD 22 Class B Motorhome Gasoline Generator CALIFORNIA
$33,000.00
End Date: Friday Sep-8-2017 8:42:23 PDT

2017 Coachmen Galleria 24Q New Class B RV Motorhome Diesel Coach RV Diesel
2017 Coachmen Galleria 24Q New Class B RV Motorhome Diesel Coach RV Diesel
$112,900.00
End Date: Saturday Sep-16-2017 11:19:02 PDT

Class B Motor Homes

It's almost summer time and do you have your RV cover yet. On June 21 it will be the first day of summer and many of you will be heading off to the the woods, lakes and beaches of America. Some of you have your RVs stored away in storage yards and some of you are going to buy a new RV this summer. One way or another you will need a cover for your RV either a new one for that new RV or a replacement for the old cover that has seen better days. There are many reasons to be covering your RV's. The first thing that comes to mind is to protect your RV from the rains that contain chemicals that can corrode the aluminum and wreak havoc on your finish. The sun UV rays will also oxidize your finish and dry out your plastic and rubber parts in very little time. It only makes sense that if you plan to spend from $30.000.00 to $250,000.00 on your new RV that you should have no trouble spending a couple hundred on a cover to protect your investment. There are RV covers for all types of recreational vehicles including class A, class B, class C, travel trailers, 5th wheels, toy haulers, truck campers and pop up folding trailers.

When you go looking to get that new or replacement RV cover you should look for a cover that has good quality and warranty to stand behind it. You will find that there are a lot of RV cover suppliers out there and I think the best place to look is the Internet. Looking on the world wide web you will not only find all the cover styles, models and manufacturers also the right price and warranties to choose from. There is also lots of information about the products and types of materials the market is selling today.

The RV industry has been improving on there products every year and the materials have been changing with the new technology also. If you were to go looking for an RV cover at your local RV store you will have a limited supply to select from and the information will only be as good as the salesman's knowledge at that store. I myself think that the Internet has so much more to offer. If you have a question about a certain cover almost all the websites today have a customer services number or a click and ask button to get any information you need. If you need more information just type your question in the search box and any one of the search engines will search out your answer for you.

Once you find a RV cover you like you can price shop on Google, BizRate, Shopzilla, Nextag, Pricline and more. Having RVs is a lot of work to keep them looking good you have to wash them and take care of the finish and external parts, if you were to cover your RV you would find out that there would be a lot less work keeping it looking good. So the little time it takes to cover is well worth it. Here's a little tip on how to install your RV cover.

How do you install an RV cover?

RV Covers can be installed WITHOUT climbing on the roof of your RV by utilizing stepladders. Depending on the vehicle, you may be able to save time by climbing on the roof. Below you will find a description of the process as told by one of my friends. Please note that extreme caution should be taken when climbing on top of your RV. RV Cover installation gets easier with practice. Most full size coaches can be covered and secured in under 10 minutes.

1 ) Place the Cover at the rear of the R.V. next to the ladder. Find the front of the cover on the ground.

2 ) Lower all antennas. PAD ALL SHARP EDGES AND SHARP CORNERS. Pad anything that could snag or tear a hole in the cover. Remove the antenna if possible.

3 ) Pull the front of the cover up with you as you climb up the ladder.. Once on top of the R.V., pull as much as you can towards the top, creating a pile of cover next to your feet. Once the pile gets big enough, stretch it towards the front of the RV.

4 ) Once a strip of cover is created, start at the front by pacing the cover over the corners, working your way towards the back, allowing the cover to drape over the sides of the R.V.

5 ) Once you are at the rear of the R.V., place the cover over the corner (opposite of the ladder). Climb down the ladder pulling the cover down with you. Put ladder cap (if needed) in place prior to covering the rear bumper.

6 ) Once you are on the ground, start adjusting the cover all they way around the R.V. First secure the rear corners under the R.V. and make your way around the front to do the same with the front corners.

If you would like more information on RV Cover please visit us at http://www.ClickitCoverit.Com

Dennis Ray
http://www.clickitcoverit.com

Class B Motor Homes Question

gas milage for a 1973 dodge sportsman motor home?

it has a 360 and has 801342.4give or take on milage ,its a class b motor home and has been maintained pretty good from its previous owners. im not looking for exacts just some kind of idea thanks

here's a article on gas mileage that is interesting (I found it on ebay motors guides)

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