I've read a little about the class 8 motorhomes and maybe someday I will be able to afford one. Until then, I really enjoy admiring trucks owned by others...
My question is: Why aren't cabovers used as much as conventionals when building a motorhome? I know the cabs have to tilt to gain access to the motors, but with some removable panels and a good sealing boot between the truck and the home portion, that issue could be solved.
I've also read that the cabovers ride rougher than the conventionals but have read you can soften their rides and their forward views have to be superior to the conventionals right?
Anyhoo, could somebody comment about the cabover versus the conventionals when building motorhomes and why they aren't used?
I see so much benefit from putting the driver closer to the front bumper. That would increase living space aft of the driver seats yes?