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Old 04-20-2018, 11:28 AM   #1
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Cargo Carrying Capacity

Does anybody know anywhere to find the CCC for Greyhawks models. I know it will be different depending on the options but I just want to get a rough weight amount.
I'm in the initial stages of purchasing a motorhome and the Greyhawks are at the top of my list. One other question is the name of the slideout system(s) Jayco uses on the Greyhawks?
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Old 04-20-2018, 11:35 AM   #2
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You will find a good amount of variance even between the same model. Depends on how it was built. Seems weird, but the 2014 Greyhawk I bailed on only had 1600 pounds on it, but the one I bought had like 2080 pounds or so.
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Old 04-20-2018, 12:59 PM   #3
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Does anybody know anywhere to find the CCC for Greyhawks models. I know it will be different depending on the options but I just want to get a rough weight amount.
I'm in the initial stages of purchasing a motorhome and the Greyhawks are at the top of my list. One other question is the name of the slideout system(s) Jayco uses on the Greyhawks?
There is a sticker Jayco put on my door that gives the CCC for my Motorhome. I guess they weigh them after build and place those stickers to help keep people from overloading. I remember it said that the CCC was with tanks empty and said if you tow to subtract tongue weight from CCC’s.

Class C Motorhomes are limited by carrying capacity. Only real shortcoming in my opinion. If your a light traveler you should be fine. If you have to carry everything and then some you need a bus!

I will check my sticker and give the exact specifics when I get a chance today and let you know.
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The sticker is unique to each individual unit, they provide the VIN on that sticker and that sticker looks like this one.
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I think that info is located on the back of one of the cabinet doors on motorhomes.
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