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Old 10-31-2011, 04:18 PM   #1
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Gallons of Gas??

Does anybody have any idea ,how many gallons gas a 1998 Georgie Boy Swinger 35' holds? I'm stumped cant find the answer anywhere in the paperwork or on the vehicle.
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Does anybody have any idea ,how many gallons gas a 1998 Georgie Boy Swinger 35' holds? I'm stumped cant find the answer anywhere in the paperwork or on the vehicle.
75 would be my guess
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Old 10-31-2011, 04:33 PM   #3
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Thanks,Cliff
I just bought it a week or so ago and haven't fueled it all the way up yet I guess i'll know for then for sure,,Never hurts to wonder!
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Old 10-31-2011, 04:39 PM   #4
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Have you looked at the insides of all the cabinet doors? Inside on the closet walls? Our old '87 CruiseAir (Georgie Boy) had labels on one of the kitchen cabinet doors, and a label hiding in the big closet. Everything was on that label...

Our Allegro has a similar label on one of the closet doors...

That info usually isn't in the manuals, because of so many coach configurations...
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Does anybody have any idea ,how many gallons gas a 1998 Georgie Boy Swinger 35' holds? I'm stumped cant find the answer anywhere in the paperwork or on the vehicle.
This link shows 60 gal. Go figure.
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Look for your weight label.. The one that shows the max GVR and CCC. It will have list the size of the tanks. (GVR minus Weight of ride, minus weight of fuel, water etc, minus 300 equals estimated ccc for most RV's.
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I have a 98 Cruise Master on a Ford chassis and it has 75 gallons but I think that the GM chassis had a 60 gallon tank. My Ford is a late 98 model and is on the 99 Ford, Triton V-10 chassis.
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Here is how to figure it out Tank Volume Calculator
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