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Old 10-25-2013, 08:05 AM   #1
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Anyone know the CCC rating for a 2003 Granite Ridge 3100SS? I have searched the archives and contacted Jayco, but so far no luck. I have looked for a sticker in the rig but not found one.
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Old 10-27-2013, 02:38 PM   #2
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You can infer it by weighing your unit and then subtracting that weight from the GVWR.
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Old 10-27-2013, 05:44 PM   #3
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You can infer it by weighing your unit and then subtracting that weight from the GVWR.
I agree, visit a CAT scale (easy procedure) that way you have accurate information based on your specific MH and potential loading habits.

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I have a '12 Greyhawk 3100SS. It has a sticker inside the drivers door, which appears to be for my specific unit. It has the serial number on it and says when this left the factory, it weighed 12,151#, full of fuel and propane, but without water in the tanks. It had the Extra Value package so I'm assuming that included the hydraulic jacks, the Onan generator and the awning, since they are included in that package. It also says maximum weight of occupants and any cargo I add is not to exceed 2,249#. That makes sense since the factory weight + 2,249# = 14,500, the max GVW according to Jayco. When I sit down and add up everything I can remember that I put inside (and in outside storages) that adds up to 1,392#, this includes the spare tire, Falcon II towbar and slide out cover that were dealer add-ons. So I am thinking I am well within the max GVW. I usually travel with 1/4 or less water and fill up when I get to the site. I also tow a vehicle that weighs about 3,500#, and the motorhome max for towing is 5,000#, so should be well within the maximum combined gross weight of 19,500#. There is also a sticker put on by Ford that says axle weights not to exceed 5,000# front, and 9,600# rear, which is 100# more than the max vehicle weight given by Jayco, but it is close. I haven't weighed it but am going to when I get it out of winter storage. Since this unit has a huge pass thru storage on the rear, I can see that it might be closer to the max on the rear, vs the front.
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