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Old 11-14-2010, 11:51 PM   #1
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Question Can you read the label? looks to be 9100 LBS

this is the label on the 2004 245 Wilderness we are buying, looks to be in pounds maybe?
Which would mean 9100LBS, but the 4128 I can't tell but maybe is how much weight you can put in it?


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Look inside the kitchen or bedroom cabinets, there should be a sticker somewhere giving the weights you desire. That sticker is for the chassis only and does not pertain to the weights of the completed trailer.

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No, it is not how much weight you can put in it.

There are 2 weights on RV's. One is in pounds (lbs) & one is in kilograms (kg). The 4128 number is your kilogram weight. Both would be the GVWR (Gross Vehicle Weight Rating).

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I had to look it up Lori, you are right on. Pounds to Kilograms (lb to kg) conversion calculator
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