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Old 10-04-2019, 08:48 AM   #1
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2018 & later 34PA front axle wt

I will post this in the Tiffin forum as well as here.
Would any 2018 34PA owners or newer please list their front axle weight. I see starting in 18 the batteries were moved to the rear. Did this solve the potential overloading of the front axle. It would be nice if any responders had the washer/dryer option. Reading past posts this has been a problem on older 34's.
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i'm not sure what later means...
but i nearly bought a 34pa 19 model this summer...
looking at the correspondance... it was a 26k chassis and uvw was 22791 with w/d
i hope that helps...
oh yeah... tell us about your newmar...
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8660 Front axle scale weight fully loaded and ready to roll. W/D installed and house (4) batteries are behind rear axle on rollout battery tray. GAWR Front axle is 9000. Hope this helps you.
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Old 10-05-2019, 09:21 AM   #4
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Thank you Reacher
So 340 pounds left and nobody sitting in unit, seems like small margin to me.
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Thank you Reacher
So 340 pounds left and nobody sitting in unit, seems like small margin to me.
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Fully loaded and ready to roll means all passengers and gear included in scale weight.
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