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Weight of 30ftWINNEBAGO CHIEFTAIN

IS THAT REQUIRED TO DRIVE THE MOTORHOME?

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The weight is posted somewhere in the RV. Could be on a visor, inside a closet or cabinet door, or on a door panel.

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Dash a/c wiring diagram for 1998 Winnebago chieftain


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Honestly, I need to know the approximate weight of a 1990 Ford Mallard Motorhome and cannot find that information anywhere online.


Hi Jenn:
You could get the exact weight without too much trouble.
If there is a gravel pit nearby (or a highways weigh scale) all you need to do is ask and they will let you drive over their scales.
Ta Da!!!! The exact weight.

If you look at your registration there should be a place where the GVW is recorded.

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We have a motor home we want to tow our 2008 Rouge Nissan AWD is it safe or what has to be done to it to avoid problems. We want to tow on all 4 wheels.


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but if and when you decide to tow the motor home always keep in mind .especilly if you have never towed anything like that before.That when big trucks pass you the trailer will want to sway back and forth.so always keep that in mind.....and safe driving....

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I have a 1999 Bounder 34J motorhome on a Ford V10 chassis. I would like to carry a 400 lb motorcycle and carrier on the class III hitch on the back of the motorhome. Total weight will be under the 600 lb...


the only way you will know for sure is to try it. chances are it should be ok. depending on how far you plan to travel, you may want to have a front wheel alignment performed WITH the bike on the back, because if the front end moves up slightly it may change your camber / toe, adversely affecting handling and tire wear.

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Unless your Rio is extremely overweight......
5400kgs is nearly 12,000 lbs, your Rio's curb weight is 2365lbs and the frame can't possibly weigh more than a few hundred, unless what you are calling a "frame" is actually a car trailer..... (even then it won't be more than your Sundance can tow).

The internet is very good for doing simple searches.

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