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Old 02-09-2009, 09:46 AM   #1
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Anybody know the payload capacity (CCC) of this particular coach?

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Old 02-09-2009, 11:48 AM   #2
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We had a 1999 MW DL 31A (no slide) and loaded for a trip, 1/4 tank of water, no waste tank load and the copilot, our weight was right at 13,950#.

The only way to know for sure is to weigh the coach and subtract that from the GCWR of 14,050#.

There should be s sticker inside a cabinet or wardrobe door with the CCC or NCC and the other data.

With the slides in the unit, I think you are under 900# for the CCC.

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Another note is these units are top heavy and want to roll from side to side and makes steering difficult. It can be fixed with HD shocks and HD anti-roll bars.

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Thanks TX ! I have since found out that the CCC for this particular model is only 708 pounds. This is nowhere near what I will need. When you say they are 'top heavy' and 'makes steering difficult' are you just referring to this particular year or just the Minnie Winnie ?

I am searching for a later model Winnebago and have my eye on several '05 Minnie's (not the Minnie Winnie) and a couple of Access 31C. Does your comment apply to those also ??
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