Originally Posted by WyoFree
OK, It's sounds like one of the first things that needs doing is to weigh the coach. Left & Right - Front and Back and the entire coach. Could the dealer be involved in this on a new coach, they'd know where a scale would be right?
Once that is done do you recommend doing the same thing but this time with the coach loaded?
Getting these weights right sounds like a pretty darned important thing to me!
I have not heard of a dealer weighing a coach, but they "could" help...maybe for a fee?
Many factories weigh each unit as it leaves the factory and with that UVW, they figure the OCCC or NCC.
What we did was to use the RV a bit...load the stuff we wanted to keep in it...and when settled on the load, went to the scales to see the difference between our actual/loaded weight and the chassis GVWR.
The easiest scales for us was a nearby large moving company warehouse. They asked for $10, but they knew exactly what I was seeking. I was not rushed and there was plenty of room in their lot to maneuver.
Kim and Steve, Mustang LCDR (Ret), '07 Damon Outlaw #1193
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