Originally Posted by mikew968
Does anyone have the empty (dry) weight and well as a typical loaded (wet) weight for the Seneca?
Hey Mike... You used the most dangerous word you can on any RV Forum... "Weight" is a trigger word and can quickly result in an avalanche of reponses... Most freindly, some a little pompous and occasionally a few who are down right angry... In secret corners of the RV world you may hear whispers about the Weight Police... I promise, they are all well meaning and only occasionally do they bite.
Part of the problem might be terminology. Based on what you asked, I hope this helps. Some of it will depend on what reason you are looking for then info. For example Northern Jay's info is very valuable to a person concerned about hitching on to a tow vehicle and might have value if you are going to be dollying a car.
I suspect the "Dry Weight" you are looking for is the previously mentioned "shipped weight" and there should be a sticker inside your rig with that number.
I am guessing you want to know the "Wet Weight" so you have an idea what amount of your GVWR your are using during your travels.
The only way to get a travel weight or "Wet weight" is to load it up and stop by a set of scales. I know the first time this was suggested to me, it sounded a little daunting. It really is not. Next time you are heading out on a trip fill your tanks and stop at a Cat Scales along the route. It literally takes 5 minutes to have your rig weighed. I think it cost me $10 the last time I went. If you do it on a real trip with all of your family and gear on board you will get a true and accurate number.
Hope that is the info you were looking for.