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Old 09-05-2021, 09:37 PM   #1
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Average CCC weight for a 30 ft. Class C?

I suspect the answer is Ďit variesí. Fair enough.

Iíve never purchased an RV before. Class Cs look like a good choice for our family but Iím not sure what to expect in CCC ranges for different models.

what is the typical range for ~30 ft. Class C?

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The GVWR of the E450 is 14,500 lbs. Our 2021 Redhawk 31F with the 7.3L V8 has a CCC of 1,953 lbs. It has only 1 AC unit. If you get a Greyhawk 31F with 2 AC units, then the CCC would be less, I believe.

I don't know what the average CCC would be, but what I put above was from my door sticker.
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Thank you

Thank you, very helpful*
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I have a 2017 Greyhawk 29MV with Triton V10, its CCC is 1,464. I have one A/C only.
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I guess I'm always aghast at why CCC or max weight is an issue or topic
Towing sure
Tongue weight sure

But if you need to load 2500# in your RV, maybe tow a trailer or something

Ive lived n my 25r for 6+ weeks two times, and I had all the toys and stuffs I needed..lol..and didn't, and no way had 1500# in it with full tanks of everything

But I guess my 30+ years of camping, campers, trailers and boats have helped my planning indeed thinking

Just one guys thoughts
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I guess I'm always aghast at why CCC or max weight is an issue or topic
Towing sure
Tongue weight sure



Family of five.
CCC becomes an issue really, really, really fast.
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Family of five.
CCC becomes an issue really, really, really fast.
Sell a couple of them

Problem solved...lol
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I would never buy a trailer or RV with anything less than 1500lbs for family use. I currently have 2,000lbs available in my trailer and as per the CAT scales we have used up 1300-1400lb ready to camp with no water. A full load of water in my trailer is 750lbs.

You have to read the payload stickers carefully - I have seen some that the CCC does NOT include a full tank of water, and some that DO include full water. Makes a big difference.
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Sell a couple of them

Problem solved...lol



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