RV Newbies – Cargo 101 – What to Think About – Things to Consider



RV Newbies – Cargo 101 – What to Think About – Things to Consider
We learn so much in our first year of full-time RV Living. Trailer weight and cargo weight is something we should have spent more time on. The trailer weights and cargo weights of the Carbon 347 and the Solitude 390RK are compared. Some things to think about when planning for RV Living! Subscribe to see how our adventure goes! ✌🏻❤️😁
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3 thoughts on “RV Newbies – Cargo 101 – What to Think About – Things to Consider

  • October 30, 2020 at 11:16 am
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    I think you have a problem with your information. This video is very misleading. In researching the 390-RK it the company website says the Cargo Capacity is just over 3,400 lbs. A huge difference from your stated 1,750 lbs. You might have your friends check with their dealership.

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  • October 30, 2020 at 11:16 am
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    Great video. After my first cross country trip last year I learned I didn’t need all that “stuff”. I never weighed it.
    How do you weigh your rig? Do you disconnect it from your tow vehicle at a weigh station to get just the trailer weight?

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  • October 30, 2020 at 11:16 am
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    Interesting video. Wow so many things to consider especially for someone new to this life style. Would you get the toy hauler again or something else? A definite learning process. I still envy your life style choice. Take Care. BTW your pets are living the dream. Bob

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