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I owned 1992 Crosscountry 34 foot diesel pusher on a spartan chassis, nice long wheel base for a 34 footer, it rode and handled very well, only problem that I had with it was a leaking roof and delamination of the side walls.

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I am a retired semi driver.  I purchased a super c used 2016 Nexus 36ft Ghost with 33,000 miles.  It is an air bag ride. the chair goes back and forth along with up and down depending on how you prefer to set your chair for your ride and dependent on the road.  The amount of air can be adjusted to the seats. Its just like a day cab for semi drivers. Like driving a big truck.  I am happy with it..goes up and down hills with ease pulls toad 2019 Ford Ranger , its a ...6.7 diesel.  It did wander until we installed a Safe T Steer.

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Welcome to th Forum! :)

Are you a Commercial member of FMCA or is it a carry over # from  something else?

Nice looking SC!

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16 hours ago, C-923690 said:

It is an air bag ride

Front suspension also? If so can you post some photos, just curious what that looks like with an engine sitting over top of it. 

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9 hours ago, manholt said:

He has a Safe T Steer on it, IS doubt it, AB's in rear only!

 for the 2021:  Ghost 

This Diesel is built on an International DuraStar chassis, which gives you 20,000lb towing capacity, air ride brakes, air ride suspension, 22.5 inch tires

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This is an older thread but I am in the process of downsizing from a 37' Allegro bus to the new Super C  Nexus Rebel 30R.  We don't snowbird any more and have shorter tips.  I almost bought a Dynamax Isata 5 28SS, that would have been a mistake.  We finally found one to see "in the flesh" and my wife could barely get out of the PS seat and back into the coach.  Looked at a Rebel 30R and the front seats were MUCH easier to enter and exit.  The Rebel has 4x4, a 15K towing capacity and a Duramax diesel on an Internatiional truck chasis.  I am looking forward to delivery.

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gorgeguy. Welcome to the Forum and Happy New Year! :)

When you have a chance, post some photos of your "new to you" rig!

Happy trails to you both!

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