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Old 04-22-2011, 05:46 PM   #1
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Via/Reyo CCC?

Does anyone know the CCC for 2011 Via/Reyo 25T's?

Does the CCC include tank (water, fuel, waste, LP) contents or is the CCC in addition to curb weight with all tanks full?

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CCC is generally accepted to mean carrying capacity left over after full fuel, full propane, and full fresh water. waste tanks empty.

Typically, CCC on sprinter based rigs is pretty minimal.
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Old 04-22-2011, 08:23 PM   #3
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I suggest you go to the Winnebago site and look at the Service Tips for Feb-Mar 2009 entitled New Weight Label - which describes the calculation of CCC. The definition and calculation was changed by the RV industry in 2009 to generally exclude anything characterized as cargo including passengers and tankage. The previous calculation (pre 2009) included much more including 154 lbs time sleeping capacity in the calculation. The new calculation does not. Be careful in comparisons if you have an older RV as under the new calculation, there will appear to be signficantly more capacity.
The Service tips are under Resources-Service-Service Tips on the web site.
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