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Old 06-20-2016, 07:12 PM   #1
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Single rear tires vs. dual (Orion, Trend)

Any opinions/experiences with the single tire vs. dual on rear axle for such motorhomes as the Coachman Orion and Winnebago Trend?

Virtually same size RVs like Compass and Winnebago Fuse have dual rear wheels.

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The Ram ProMaster/Fiat Ducato is a lighter duty fwd van. SRW usually translates to less weight carrying abilities. In this case you might gain a bit of interior space without the RWD drivetrain taking up space.

Comparing the Winnebago Trend (ProMaster SRW), Fuse (Transit DRW) and View (Sprinter DRW) you can see the capacity difference:
Trend: 9,350 GVWR and 11,500 GCWR
Fuse: 10,350 GVWR and 13,500 GCWR
View: 11,030 GVWR and 15,250 GCWR
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