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Old 08-28-2013, 08:09 AM   #1345
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Well I am just going to replace the whole thing, I found a better one at cw
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Old 08-28-2013, 08:13 AM   #1346
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Well I am just going to replace the whole thing, I found a better one at cw
Ya I was going to suggest one with more GPM. And also some make less noise. Although mine is not that noisy
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So I had dot 4 corner weigh my 33.3 , seem a lot of extra weight on the passenger side rear dual , and there's nothing I can take out or move on that side of the coach .
full fuel
full water
tow dolly and car


driver side - passenger side

front 4400 - 3850


R dual 7040 - 9350


total - 24,640 lbs

also what psi do you think I should be running in front and rear with these #s

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Old 08-28-2013, 12:23 PM   #1348
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I found the link to goodyear tire chart . and these are the #s I come up with as far as the psi

front 95 psi

rear dual's 110 psi


sound's high from what I have been reading but maybe not

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Old 08-28-2013, 12:40 PM   #1349
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I am running 95 in front and 110 in rear duals, I forget my weight I had it weigh last year at its heaviest and things don't get moved around it all goes back to the same place. Had a front alignment done and things are fine no issues
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So I had dot 4 corner weigh my 33.3 , seem a lot of extra weight on the passenger side rear dual , and there's nothing I can take out or move on that side of the coach .
full fuel
full water
tow dolly and car

driver side - passenger side

front 4400 - 3850

R dual 7040 - 9350

total - 24,640 lbs

also what psi do you think I should be running in front and rear with these #s

thank's
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Had mine weighed by Freighliner. set at 90 front/95 rear.
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So I had dot 4 corner weigh my 33.3 , seem a lot of extra weight on the passenger side rear dual , and there's nothing I can take out or move on that side of the coach .
full fuel
full water
tow dolly and car

driver side - passenger side

front 4400 - 3850

R dual 7040 - 9350

total - 24,640 lbs

also what psi do you think I should be running in front and rear with these #s

thank's
mike
Mike 2000# extra on right rear vs left rear seems skewed. I have a 33.3 also and did not actually weight it but I am wondering what could give that unbalance. The bathroom is above that RR. .?..?
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Mike 2000# extra on right rear vs left rear seems skewed. I have a 33.3 also and did not actually weight it but I am wondering what could give that unbalance. The bathroom is above that RR. .?..?
Always heard it said. "It takes a big dog to weigh a ton". You don't have a big dog do you. Other than that there should not be anything that heavy back there.
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So I had dot 4 corner weigh my 33.3 , seem a lot of extra weight on the passenger side rear dual , and there's nothing I can take out or move on that side of the coach .
full fuel
full water
tow dolly and car


driver side - passenger side

front 4400 - 3850


R dual 7040 - 9350


total - 24,640 lbs

also what psi do you think I should be running in front and rear with these #s

thank's
mike
The passenger side rear number seems too high. Others have weighed four sides and come up with 95 psi in the rear duals. Is there a way to check the number?
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agree... 2000lbs is way to much diff.
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Hello All - We recently purchased a 2013 33.3 and are looking forward to picking it up next week Wednesday. We decided to move from a 5th wheel to a MH. So while we are not new to RVing, the Palazzo MH will be a new experience for us. Please feel free to add us to the owners list! We are looking forward to learning and sharing information and experiences with the group. We live in the Seattle area and would love to hear from any other local owners. See you on the road, Tim & Jolie Rodriguez
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Hello All - We recently purchased a 2013 33.3 and are looking forward to picking it up next week Wednesday. We decided to move from a 5th wheel to a MH. So while we are not new to RVing, the Palazzo MH will be a new experience for us. Please feel free to add us to the owners list! We are looking forward to learning and sharing information and experiences with the group. We live in the Seattle area and would love to hear from any other local owners. See you on the road, Tim & Jolie Rodriguez
Welcome to the Palazzo family! We are looking forward to hearing about your experiences.
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Mike 2000# extra on right rear vs left rear seems skewed. I have a 33.3 also and did not actually weight it but I am wondering what could give that unbalance. The bathroom is above that RR. .?..?
the only thing I can think of is the fresh water tank and fridge are on that side just in front of the dual wheel's so that could be 1000 lbs difference.

the officer had 4 scale's one for each set of tire's , maybe that one could be off a few 1000 lbs

if anyone else has weighed a 33.3 with full fuel and water please post weight's
other wise one other 33.3 owner say's he's running the same psi as what the book say for me 95 psi front and 110 back dual's
the only good thing is the total weight is inline - 24,640 lbs

the only other option is to weigh it again somewhere else

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I also called frieghtliner and gave them my vin # and they told me the drive axle is rated at 23,000 lb's ? That doe's not sound rite either . I'm lost

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