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Old 01-30-2014, 06:18 PM   #1
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Challenger 37KT cargo capacity

Trying to nail down important spec's and can't find cc for the 37kt- Anybody know?
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Trying to nail down important spec's and can't find cc for the 37kt- Anybody know?
on a 22,000 lb chasis, my guess is not much
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That was helpful.

I guess it depends on how you're going to use it. If you are a recreational user then you have more capacity that you'll most likely ever need. If you plan on living in it full time then you might be pushing it on occasion with all you gear and full tanks.

I had mine weighed with half full tanks and I had 2,800 pounds of free capacity. 1,350 on the front axle and 1,470 on the rear.
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No that wasnt very helpful, So take that coach with full water, full fuel and two people like your suppose to figure, and I was right, Not much
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Are you always traveling with full tanks? Most people don't. It must take you a long time to get places always having to stop to fill up your tanks!

As I said. you have about 2800 pounds there's your answer.
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The 37 Challenger is a nice coach. If your happy, Im happy. Enjoy your MoHo
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OP Here: I don't think anyone can answer. Thor won't publish and dealers can't answer. So as said - must not be much. May only be weekender class. I am looking at others now. Thanks for input.
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I had mine weighed with half full tanks and I had 2,800 pounds of free capacity. 1,350 on the front axle and 1,470 on the rear.
This wasn't a good enough answer. How about 2,600?

It's right on the placard inside the coach.
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