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Old 07-11-2014, 04:57 AM   #29
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The sticker on my 2006 is on the wall in the dinette area. I left it there but put a hat hook above it and my hat covers it. Would much rather they had it placed on the inside of a cabinet door but I don't think they wanted the operator to miss it.

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Old 07-11-2014, 08:31 AM   #30
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OCCC is occupant and cargo carrying capacity. It has taken the place of the old CCC. In my 2014 there is a big yellow sticker on the driver's door.
Thanks, I will check the Chateau and see if I can find it. Supposed to look at the Tioga 31w tomorrow. I did find my tow vehicle is actually lighter than I thought, 2982, not 3800 like I had posted. With the winch bumper and larger tires, it is probably still under 3500. The wife and I usually just do weekends, and don't pack our coach to the max with un-needed junk.

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