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Old 05-27-2010, 09:07 AM   #1
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Access 31c dry weight

I am shopping for a new class C motorhome. Can anyone tell me the dry weight of a access 31c? Thanks a lot for the info. I do not know why I can not find this infomation.

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The dry weight is not the number you want to use. You need to get the information fro m the manufacturers weight sticker that is inside the cabinet. This is supposed to be what the RV weighed when it left the factory. Dry weight does not include any optional accessories.

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Old 05-28-2010, 07:24 PM   #3
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My 2005 Minnie 31C weighs 12,140 pounds virtually empty. The State of Texas required me to weigh the the camper for Title purposes. On the way home from Oregon, I pulled through a weigh station that was closed for a quick pit stop. When I rolled over the scales the display lit up. With a full load of fuel, water and Diet Cokes, it weighed 4400 pounds front, 8800 pounds rear or 13200 total.
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