Originally Posted by Gordon Dewald
Forget about NCC, CCC and try to get actual weights on the axle then subtract that from the GAWR for each axle. Also the total weight and subtract from the GVWR.
Our experience with a Canyon Star 3410 (non-full wall slide bunk model, highest NCC Canyon Star of that model year):
NCC = 3769
Weight with about 1000lb of batteries 1/3 back from front wheels, full load including people, gear, fuel and water. Rear axle was about 14,300lb of 14,500lb, front axle was about 6,900lb of 7500lb. Side to side was good, don't remember exact numbers but no axle end was over 50% of the axle rating. So we had some left on the front and almost nothing on the back.
Note the Canyon Star came standard with the second A/C and the larger generator.
I would highly recommend getting weights of a completed Baystar 3401 as Gordon suggested or going with the coach with the higher NCC if the floorplan is acceptable.