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Old 05-23-2016, 03:26 PM   #1
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UVW of Allegro,Thor super C and Dynamax Isata 5

Does anybody know where it is listed.... Or do you personally own one and have had them weighed ... I can't find a UVW of any of them.... I do understand UVW will vary greatly depending on options.. But I would like some baseline to judge it from .. Im looking at RV's in two price points.. Haven't decided which route I want to go... One of the price points the Allegro(gas) thor super c's and isata5's fit into ... But I noticed a problem.. There was a post on the Isata5 from either the owner or one of the representatives of the company... It was when they were in development.. Well he put the UVW at 1500lbs... But yet it has a 10klb tow rating.. There is no way it could tow 10k lbs with a 1500lb uvw... Hell you probably couldn't haul 1000lbs and still would have to have little fluids and skeleton cargo..... And im not just being harsh on the isata5.. Maybe the thor super c is the same way.... The allegro only has 5k... BUT its on a 24k lb chassis and I can upgrade the hitch (looking to haul near 8k, perhaps a slight bit under) CCC on the allegro is 30k.. .So 6 k towing even at max weight.. But I have a feeling the allegro probably has 4 to 5k NCC .. So If I manage my load moderately.. I can easily tow 8... Please give any info you have

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