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Old 08-26-2011, 08:08 AM   #1
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Question Serrano Weights

Does anyone know what the approximate UVM (unloaded vehicle weight) or the NCC (net carrying capacity) would be on a 2011 Serrano 31Z? Also the recommended load limits for the rear and side storage areas?


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Old 08-26-2011, 10:48 AM   #2
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FWIW, the 31Z is built on the Workhorse W20D chassis which has a 20,500 pound GVWR and 26,000 GCVWR. The brouchure shows the Exterior storage capacity as 81.6 cu.ft. Sorry I don't know the answers to your "actual weights" questions. :(

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Serrano weights more data

I just came in from the local cat scale. Here is the data:

Front axle 6820 lbs
rear axel 11780 lbs

total 18600 lbs

that was with a full tank of fuel, almost full water tank and about 1/4 full waste tanks. No driver or passengers and my normal complement of gear. My guess is that the uvm must be around 17,500 lbs to 18,000 lbs, probably 18,000 lbs. The ncc can then be calculated accordingly.

What do you think?
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