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Old 12-12-2016, 08:42 PM   #15
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On a trip from Alaska to Georgia a couple of months ago we weighed the RV at a Flying J in Billings, Montana. With a full tank of water, propane, gas and both of us in it and it was 80 lbs. over the GVWR but 400 lbs. each under both axle ratings. There is quite a few options on the RV and we had added a spare tire. The chassis is only an e350 with 11,500 lb GVWR and 1580 lb CCC. We were carrying more cargo then we usually do. Were going to have to shed some things if we carry the whole family on a day or weekend trip and maybe reduce the amount of water and fuel we carry.

Mike and Willene Gladu
History- 1989 7ft. Jayco Slide-in Pop-up Camper. 1998 Winnebago 22ft. Minnie, Class C. 2016 Itasca 26ft. Spirit 25B, Class C.
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Old 12-12-2016, 09:24 PM   #16
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Personally, a little. My Winnie 2101DS TT is 2,500 pounds under weight and the Tahoe about 200 under. It's a safety issue.

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