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Old 11-10-2006, 03:25 PM   #1
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I just got my first MH. I can't find the CVWR for it. It is 31' on a Chevy chassie. I found the tag giving the GVWR (16000 lbs.), but I can't find the CVWR so I can figure how much toad I can pull. Thanks for any help you can give me.
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I just got my first MH. I can't find the CVWR for it. It is 31' on a Chevy chassie. I found the tag giving the GVWR (16000 lbs.), but I can't find the CVWR so I can figure how much toad I can pull. Thanks for any help you can give me.
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I assume you mean the GCWR - Gross Combined Weight Rating.

THE GCWR is an attribute of the chassis, so you need to be searching for data on the year and chassis model (wheel base), e.g. a 19xx Chevrolet P30 (or p32).

I would be surprised if it is over 20,000 lbs, though. You will be looking for the lightest toads you can find - probably a Suzuki Vitara or Grand Vitara, Chevy Tracker, Honda Civic or CRV or Jeep CJ. If a stick shift is OK, your choices will be a bit wider.
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