Hello, we have a 2016 29XK Redhawk. We have not been to the CAT scales yet, but the UVW weight listed on our Florida title is 11755 lbs.
I'm guessing they got that from Jayco and that it includes a tank of fuel and a 154 lb standard .gov driver.
So, if you take 14500 GVWR and subtract 11755 UVW (according to Florida title), then subtract sleeping capacity (7) of 1078 lbs (driver + 6 additional persons @ the .gov standard 154 lbs each) and 42 lbs of propane you get 1625 lbs CCC.
In our case, it's just me, DW and Corky the dog. Roughly 375 lbs sleeping capacity
So, our CCC should be around 2300 lbs give or take (14500-11755-375-42)
Of course if you carry on board water you have to subtract 8.3 pounds per gallon that you carry. We usually carry 10 gal, or so, in the tank for washing hands, etc. Another 80-100lbs to subtract.
All numbers above are based on a best guesstimate of the 11755 UVW being close. YMMV, and probably will with a trip to the CAT scales. We'll be going to the scales soon with full fuel and propane tank, loaded for camping (clothes, food, utensils, tools, water etc. We'll see what we get for gross weight.
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Charlie, Meg and Corky the Maltese Dog
2016 Redhawk 29XK "Corky's House"