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Old 08-02-2007, 11:46 AM   #1
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Had our 2008 Aspect 29H weighed today.

Front 4,600 Actual 4,500
Rear 9,450 Actual 8,980
GVWR 14,050 Actual 13,480
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Had our 2008 Aspect 29H weighed today.

Front 4,600 Actual 4,500
Rear 9,450 Actual 8,980
GVWR 14,050 Actual 13,480
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Tom, was that weight with the rig fully loaded and all the necessary tanks full, along with all passengers on board? If so you still have 600 pounds of "WIGGLE" room to play with. It is amazing how much weight you can take aboard and not realize it!

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Old 08-02-2007, 03:21 PM   #4
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Yes we were loaded and ready to roll. Had our two dogs with also.
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We had a 1999 Minnie Winnie 31 A (no slide) and when we were ready to roll, 1/4 tank fresh water, 2 week trip supplies, dog, empty waste tanks, full fuel, me and the copilot, were were total of 13,950#

Front axle was right on the rating and about 100# to spare on the rear axle. If we had a big lunch, someone had to move back toward the rear.....

The coach did have the added weight of the HWH leveler system.

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