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Old 09-12-2020, 12:54 PM   #1
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Cargo carrying capacity

I look all though my manuals and don't see anything on cargo carrying capacity (ccc). I have seen them in other coaches when we where looking to buy one. But ours doesn't have one. I was able to get the build sheet from REV wonder if it's possible to get that sheet from REV.
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Look inside your cabinet doors mine is stuck on the medicine cabinet in the bathroom
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Here's a link to the brochure for your coach. It says your gross weight is 47,600. Your cargo limit is the difference between what you weigh empty and that number, or the remaining cargo limit is the difference between what you weigh now and that number. I'm not sure I've seen "empty" weights posted very often. What matters is what the scales say you weigh, and what weight you have on each of your axles.

We've weighed our coach quite a few times. When we were setting up the tag loading, we made several runs thru the I-84 truck scale east of town and tweaked it until we were happy. Since then, in Idaho and Oregon at least, we've found quite a few scales along the highway operated by the respective transportation departments that we've been able to pass thru and note the weights on each of the axles. Those scales are normally un-manned, but they leave them on with a pole mounted display that lets the public use them.

https://www.monacocoach.com/resource...29_brc_pdf.pdf
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Today’s NCCC is different than a 2003 CCC. His CCC is the difference in the dry weight when built (weighing now will be higher) and its GVW of 47,600. His dry weight was around 39K giving a CCC of 9,000 ^^^.

Agree there should be a page on the back of a cabinet door (often in the bath room or closet) with this information.
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Thanks for the replies. I did look in the bath room and closet for this information. No luck maybe pass owner took it out. I get the general idea. Thanks for all the input.
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