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Old 03-07-2016, 12:19 PM   #29
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Rockwood27; Really....gotta tell you, my radar is up when it comes to 'published' carrying capacities and axle wts. from all manufacturers. The axle wt. issue with Newmar this year really tuned me into something I took more or less as 'ok' but no more. Checking those yellow stickers every time we set foot in a potential class A, B, or C.
Thanks for the insight. Still it looks nice. Not much information out there and their website leaves something to be desired.
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We are looking to buy our first motorhome for retirement. Looking at a 31' coachmen.
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is the super C included in this scenario.
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New thread?

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I gotta throw in the Four Winds MAJESTIC. 23, 26 and 28.
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