Very true, the Class A is a RWD, with a tire turn of 54-58 deg. But the WB is the same length as a normal bus. But I could put them in most places fairly easily (realizing that you don't normally park Class As in a conventional manner).the class A chassis is most likely a 2wd setup right?
most 2wd chassis like that can turn their front tires some 50-60* vers the 40-50* we can can on the 2500/3500 chassis. so even that their wb is some 20" longer they can make up for it with the tires being able to turn farther tot he left or right.
Didn't know about that. But I can say that my 96 Audi A6 with Quattro has a turning radius of about 34 ft and it is full time all wheel drive. So I find it hard to believe that having a set of halfshafts causes turning restrictions, etc. And comparatively, my Tahoe is a sports car with turning. If they feel that it would be too severe an angle, time to bring back the Quadrasteer option...I was surprised at how bad the turning radius is on my 2500 too. I had an 06 4500 4x4 that would out turn a car no problem. Its amazing how good it turned. Why can't they do that with the 3/4 and 1 tons. The 4500/5500 brochure claims that it has a tighter radius than either a Honda Accord or Civic I don't recall which one but, I do knowthe one I had turned very tight.