Originally Posted by TURBS
The yellow sticker DOES reflect the actual weight when trailer is completed at the factory and rolling out the door for delivery.
Propane and battery added after that.
FR might need to have their scale calibrated then...
Ours being a net of ~500# off with no adds from the dealer and all holding tanks and HWH empty... A quarter ton isn't a drop in the bucket!
Vader, friends say: (cutting and pasting)
Hey man, happy to help! I have had more questions about this camper than any of the others we owned everywhere we go. Our unit was built with:
- Sapphire package
- Convenience group C
- 15K BTU air
- Stainless package
- Cherry cabinets with matching fridge doors - did I mention Nancy is obsessed with the lazy susan?
- Power Awning
- Heated tanks
- Outside grill
- Central switching and solar prep
The only thing different is that it was supposed to have a 24" LCD TV. The dealer couldn't find it because they take all the TVs out when delivered. They replaced the MIA one with a 28" from another unit which actually fits the E-center perfectly! It's a loaded pig my friend!
It weighed in at the scrap yard at 4959lbs when we got it home. That seemed reasonable since the sticker was 4813lbs dry. I think we're finally in camping form, maybe a little fat still and Nancy has a project for your skills that might shed some pounds. Anyway, I scaled it with setting up on the new Ford and we're at 6437lbs with water and both bikes.
Those rails are pretty light. I leave them in the shed because they're just annoying to deal with around the bikes. I'd guess they're about 30lbs.
Only issue with it is the Lippert power jack went out, but our dealer had a replacement shipped to me and a return label for the dead one.