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Old 02-08-2014, 05:42 PM   #1
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CCC of 2013 Allegro gas QBA?

Anybody know he Ccc on the 2013 allegro gas qba?

It is on the 24k ford chassis so the cargo capacity should be reasonable.

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I asked that question to several dealers and got different answers each time. The only accurate way to tell is to weigh the coach and do the math. There was a post a while back on the RCCC of a 31SA, and nobody could agree. I would guess the 34 being on a 24,000 lb chasis you sluld be around 3,000. but Who knows. Im trying to determine the same on my 36LA
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Ours weighed in right over 22K when we had it checked. You can pile on a lot before you need to worry about being too heavy.
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Found my original post...see below.

Finally got the new rig weighed and was surprised at the total weight. 7940 on the front and 14600 on the rear. That put us at 22540 fully loaded full of fuel and a full tank of water as well as propane. A good bit of breathing room to the 24K limit.

The biggest thing was the loading chart for the Michelin XRVs. Mine has the 22.5s at 255/80. With 3970 for a single in the front the Michelin man says run 75 psi. The dual set up in the rear is at 7300 which needs the same 75 psi. I couldn't stomach the low low pressure so I let them down from the factory setting of 110 all the way down to 90 psi. Made a HUGE difference in how the rig handled. Tracked much better and seemed a bit smoother.

By the way....the chart under the steering wheel recommends 120 PSI front and rear which is more than the tire Max PSI rating. I'll need to follow up with Tiffin on that. Cause there is no way that is correct.
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CCC sheet from bedroom closet

http://s179.photobucket.com/user/cjoseph_bucket/media/IMG_0317.jpg.html?filters[user]=37488736&filters[recent]=1&sort=1&o=0

Not sure if this shows up. We'll see. I don't have real world weights to share, but hope this helps.
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By the way Coachman, if you look at that Photobucket link, I think I downloaded some of the photos of your build to my account.

I remember they were posted and I didn't want to lose them. So, some 2013 35QBA build pics are in that account for anyone following this thread with credit to Coachman.
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No problems...that was a fun trip for sure.

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