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Old 11-17-2009, 12:36 PM   #1
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What chassis do I have?

Buying a 1999 Fleetwood Class A 32ft with the V-10. I have no idea what chassis it sits on.
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I think you would have the 18,000 pound F53 chassis.
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Thanks. That is what I was thinking too.
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Look for a small placard to the left of the driver's door. It will tell you if you have 18,000 lb or some other GVWR. Chances are at 32', it will be 18,000 as Becks says. Look for GVWR on the placard, not GVCWR.
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