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Old 05-16-2015, 10:30 PM   #337
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Old 05-17-2015, 04:53 PM   #338
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HR 2006 30PDD Weight sticker

Trying to find the weight sticker on our 2006 HR 30PDD. Anyone have an idea where it would be in this model. Have looked every where I could think to look.
The first owners may have removed it. If anyone has a 30PDD with the weight sticker I would love to get a picture of it. I know each one is slightly different but it would at least give me an idea of the approximate weights.
We love our unit and are getting ready to leave for Yellowstone in a couple of weeks for our first long trip.
Thanks for your help.
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Trying to find the weight sticker on our 2006 HR 30PDD. Anyone have an idea where it would be in this model. Have looked every where I could think to look.

The first owners may have removed it. If anyone has a 30PDD with the weight sticker I would love to get a picture of it. I know each one is slightly different but it would at least give me an idea of the approximate weights.

We love our unit and are getting ready to leave for Yellowstone in a couple of weeks for our first long trip.

Thanks for your help.

Call HR tech support. They can email you what you need.


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Old 05-17-2015, 05:12 PM   #340
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Trying to find the weight sticker on our 2006 HR 30PDD. Anyone have an idea where it would be in this model. Have looked every where I could think to look.
The first owners may have removed it. If anyone has a 30PDD with the weight sticker I would love to get a picture of it. I know each one is slightly different but it would at least give me an idea of the approximate weights.
We love our unit and are getting ready to leave for Yellowstone in a couple of weeks for our first long trip.
Thanks for your help.
Which chassis do you have? We have a '05 PDD on Ford chassis, but it's at the storage lot, so I can't get a pic of the label tonight. BTW, the label on mine is on the wall under the driver's window.

p.s. we'll be at yellowstone the second week of June.
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Ours is also a Ford.
I have the one under the drives window but thought there was supposed to be another one with all the weight info in one of the closets or cabinets. Wanted to get the coach weight before being loaded. I know the GVWR is 20,500#.
We'll be in West Yellowstone the first week of June
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We are looking at a 1999 Holiday Rambler Vacationer. Anyone know anything about this? We want to go full-time. Just dis-appear! LOL
We have a '99 Vacationer. Bought it last year and in two trips have put about 4000+ miles on it. I am enjoying it. It drives well, tracks the road well, keeps a steady speed with cruise through the rolling hills on Virginia's route 81. And I really have to watch it when not using cruise because the sweet spot with my foot and the pedal seems to be around low 80s mph. Found myself creeping up there many times.
I do not like how harsh it is with hitting some of the roadway expansion joints. Some are fine but others are a jolt and cause the dash to really jump. I don't feel the harshness in the seat but the dash is another story. And the high revs / engine noise took some getting used to. From reading, it seems that v10 triton owners all have the same problem.
I'm having an issue getting the generator going but everything else in the mh is working fine.
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Trying to find the weight sticker on our 2006 HR 30PDD. Anyone have an idea where it would be in this model. Have looked every where I could think to look.
The first owners may have removed it. If anyone has a 30PDD with the weight sticker I would love to get a picture of it. I know each one is slightly different but it would at least give me an idea of the approximate weights.
We love our unit and are getting ready to leave for Yellowstone in a couple of weeks for our first long trip.
Thanks for your help.
Look inside the bathroom cabinets. Ours is in the one over the vanity.
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Ours is also a Ford.
I have the one under the drives window but thought there was supposed to be another one with all the weight info in one of the closets or cabinets. Wanted to get the coach weight before being loaded. I know the GVWR is 20,500#.
We'll be in West Yellowstone the first week of June
This is from the HR brochure for 2006. I have not found anything in the coach that gives actual scale weights for my particular coach...sorry.
Weights (Ford 20,500 Lb. Chassis)
Gross Vehicle Weight Rating (Lbs.) 20,500
Gross Combined Weight Rating* (Lbs.) 25,500
Front Gross Axle Weight Rating (Lbs.) 7,000
Rear Gross Axle Weight Rating (Lbs.) 13,500
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Thanks,
I am starting to think HR didn't put a weight sheet in the mh.
Have the one next to the driver that gives total and axel weights but nothing else.
Just have to get it weighed when we get back from our trip as I don't have time before we go. I know we are not overloaded cause we perpoposly have kept things to a minimum.
Thanks for looking everyone.
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Crabb, many of the truck stops along your route will have CAT scales and for about $10 you can weigh it, axle weights are probably $2 more. Usually have a large CAT sign indicating they have them available. Be safe-have fun.



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Is your 99 HR Vacationer a diesel or gas?
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Plus if you get a lower weight rating you can tax it to your local registration office and have your reistration lowered slightly
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Is your 99 HR Vacationer a diesel or gas?
to whom are you speaking?
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Well found the weight slip stuffed in the bottom of the owners information binder.
Looked there once but obviously missed it.


GVWR 20,500
UVW 16,466
CCC 3,065

Thank you to those who were trying to find this info for me.
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