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Old 01-21-2011, 03:35 PM   #15
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2004 Winnebago Journey 39K weighed at Hendersons RV about two months ago. It had full fuel tank, full propane tank and most food & clothing. Basically trip ready.

TYPE Class-A
RF - 4650#
LF - 4950#
RR - 9050#
LR - 7800#
Total weight 26450 vs label weight 27910 so I can add more items if need be but need to be cautious where I put them. There is significant weight difference on the rear - the right rear has batteries, propane and basement air. Axle ratings are 10410 front and 17500 rear.
The goodyear tire tables show I should carry a minimum of 100 PSI ront and rear. Manufacturer label shows 105 front and 100 rear.

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Old 03-04-2011, 10:56 AM   #16
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I could really use more data. Especially from Class-C and 5th wheel owners.

The limited information is quite interesting and is pointing to a potential of a significant portion of owners having axle to axle trailer or side to side unbalance that could be significantly impact tire life.

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Old 03-04-2011, 06:10 PM   #17
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TYPE Class-A
RF - 3700#
LF - 3940#
RR - 7420#
LR - 7880#

Yes the one and only slide is on the L side.

For the guy that wanted to know about the tires.
S 6940#
D 6395#

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