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And, don't confuse Gross Vehicle Weight Rating/GVWR (probably 12,300) with Gross Combined Weight Rating/GCWR (which is the combined maximum total rolling mass allowed for the loaded RV -AND- any trailer/tow).
The odd thing is that the sticker on the right seems to read a different number for the GVWR of the Ford Cab/Chassis(?)
Kim and Steve, Mustang LCDR (Ret), '07 Damon Outlaw #1193
I have seen gross intolerance shown in support of tolerance, Samuel Coleridge
Corrected the plate with paint.
Also important are the GAWR's ( Gross Axle Weight Ratings) wich both together are a bit more then the GVWR ( Gross Vehicle Weight Rating), wich is to allow some loadshifting without going over the GAWR, mostly usefull for back-axle wich is often a little overloaded.