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Old 08-10-2015, 12:46 AM   #231
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The 2 forums have been posting it since Jan feb. This one is the 3rd I believe and someone can correct me if wrong has been in the same time frame each year
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Old 08-10-2015, 12:49 AM   #232
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Thanks. Any guesses on the ratio of attendees that use the forums??
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Old 08-10-2015, 01:32 AM   #233
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It was the 4th rally. At least the last 3 have been during the same time frame. I can't speak to the very first one as we didn't own back then.

Based upon making the signs and adding forum handles when we had the information, Vaughan would guess about 60% of the attendees are on the forum. I think that number is probably a little higher. I did speak with one couple who were not familiar with either forum and only found out about the rally 2 weeks ago when they were at the Redwood customer service center.
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Interesting, Thanks. I think that is about what I would have guessed.
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Old 08-10-2015, 02:14 AM   #235
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To all of you that had your rigs weighed. Would you be kind enough to post your weights with model# and mabybe if fulltime or not so the rest of the group that hasn't had a chance to weigh theirs can get an idea of what they have. Also would be interesting to see the individual tire weights for each model. I am full timing in ours and will get it weighed when we pull out at the end of the month.
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Weights this AM for my 36RL RW (not a full timer):
RF-2,700; LF-3500; RR-3,100; LR-3,300 for a total = 12,600 LBS (tanks were empty for the weighing)
Pin weight = 3,700 LBS(300 LBS front, 3,400 LBS rear)
RW GVWR = 16,000

Our unit has separate W&D, 6.5 KW Onan gen, sat, 2- heat pumps, 2-40 LB propane tanks, 3-cm thick granite counter tops, DW, second awning, toppers and all the upgrade packages except the 8K axles,residential fridge and G/H tires.

Hope this helps.
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Thanks Rc
And empty tanks?!
So next rally at Mor-Ryde I vote!
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Weights this AM for my 36RL RW (not a full timer):
RF-2,700; LF-3500; RR-3,100; LR-3,300 for a total = 12,600 LBS (tanks were empty for the weighing)
Pin weight = 3,700 LBS(300 LBS front, 3,400 LBS rear)
RW GVWR = 16,000

Our unit has separate W&D, 6.5 KW Onan gen, sat, 2- heat pumps, 2-40 LB propane tanks, 3-cm thick granite counter tops, DW, second awning, toppers and all the upgrade packages except the 8K axles,residential fridge and G/H tires.

Hope this helps.
Thanks Bob
I expected the drivers side to be be heavier.
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Old 08-10-2015, 03:17 AM   #238
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Here are our weights from Smart Weigh:
38RL RW (We full time):
RF-2,600; LF-3300; RR-3,300; LR-3,700 for a total = 12,900 LBS (empty tanks)
Pin weight = 3,110 LBS
Pin Weight + Axle weights= 16,010
RW GVWR = 16,500

We regularly get our rig weighed on CAT scales at Truck Stops. The Smart Weigh numbers were consistent with CAT scales. (Good information to get regularly)
CAT scales will give axles weights only. Smart weigh gave us per wheel weights, which is good to know so that we can redistribute weight if we need to.
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Old 08-10-2015, 03:19 AM   #239
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Thanks LL.
Are you Fulltimers?
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George - is that close to what Redwood weighed you in at?

I'm surprised to see the rear axles heavier on both rigs - I thought the equalizer did more to equalize that.
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