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Old 02-03-2011, 07:58 PM   #21
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Like I found out my weight the other day coming back from the tire shop. I found a public scale and weighed the truck and trailer together so I knew roughly where I stood...

GCWR - 15,020#
02 Dodge Cummins - 7,800#
00 Jayco Eagle - 7,220#


02 Dodge Cummins
GVWR - 8,800#
GCWR - 20,000#
Max Trailer - 13,650#
00 Jayco Eagle
GVWR - 8,500#
Take notice the words "dry weight" is not mention... Really is a meanless number...

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Old 02-04-2011, 09:12 AM   #22
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In Jersey I'm paying 3.39 and it keeps climbing. Picking up the new 314 it appeared i got around 15mpg with the 6.4. All flat roads. Probably get 10 on hills.

2010 Eagle Superlite 314BDS

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