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Old 04-10-2013, 05:45 PM   #15
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Again thanks for all the help.A friend of us lives in new mexico and will register it.I found a 2002 gulfstream conquest on a e450 chassis,but the sales man cannot tell me its towing capacity,and i can't find anything on the web.Does anyone no where to go to find it?

Look on the chassis sticker. it should have the rated GCVW (gross combined vehicle rating). Usually the E chassis do not have that much towing capacity. If you PM me the VIN I may be able to find the total weight capacity of the motorhome. it will need to be weighed to find exact motorhome weight though.

another thing to consider is the reese hitch. I believe most motorhomes come with a reese hitch only rated for 5000lbs. you may have to change the hitch to one rated for more towing.

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Old 04-10-2013, 07:23 PM   #16
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1996-1997 34 foot Monaco Dynastys will tow 7500, but that will put you at 70 feet in length. Might not be a big problem for your limited time frame. Should be able to get one of those for 20,000 to 22,000 dollars.

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