Payload Capacity for Winnebago Adventurer/Iasca Suncruiser Model 37B

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bbonnell

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I have been unable to find this information in company brochures or on their website.  I like these RVs, but I am starting to wonder if Winnebago is trying to low-key a low CCC.  Does anybody have these figures.

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Clay L

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I would call Winnnebago customer service. They have been very helpful to me several times.

As a side note, when we were shopping we looked at the Adventurer but the CCC was only about 1200 pounds as I recall. The external storage was also much less than the Sightseer we bought.
The Sightseer 35N has the same floor plan as the Adventurer we looked at but has a CCC of 2600 pounds.
The external storage in the Sightseer is 128 cubic feet while the Adventurer had about 86 cubic feet as I recall.

For fulltimers (as my wife and I are) this can be important.

Please note this not just a Winnebago issue. I have a friend that bought a Monaco La Palma with about 800 pounds CCC and I have seen CCCs as low as 600 pounds in other brands.

Clay
 

Gary RV_Wizard

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There's no conspiracy, bbonnell. The CCC varies with the floorplan and optional equipment, so it is rarely practical to quote it in a marketing brochure. They would have to give a starting figure and a formula so you could calculate it.

Just go to a Winnie dealer and look at some Adventurers. Each one will have  a placard inside (usually in a cabinet) that gives the weight figures for that particular coach.  But don't assume that other flor plans or lengths will be the same - they sometimes vary quite a bit for easons that are not all that obvios to the casual observer.
 
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