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RE: Sprinter diesel tow question

Determine the weight you can pull by using the following calculation: GCWR - GVWR For these smaller RVs, you can assume you will be close to your GVWR. Do not be fooled by the hitch rating, which is 5000 pounds. That is more than the Sprinters can pull. Use the Winnebago View as an example. All of the models have a GCWR if 15250 pounds and a GWVR of 11030 pounds. The difference is 4220. Therefore, the most you can pull is 4220. Personally, I would not want to pull right at the max. My Jeep weighs 4400 pounds and therefore cannot be pulled with any of the View models. These numbers are about the same for all of the Sprinter chassis models I have seen.
ncrowley 03/12/23 10:35am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Cargo trailers to tow behind an RV

You have a hitch rated for 5000 pounds but I have not seen a Sprinter that should be pulling 5000 pounds. To calculate how much you can pull: GCWR - GVWR = how much you should pull You will probably be close to your GVWR with the Sprinters.
ncrowley 11/05/22 06:14pm General RVing Issues
RE: What is your secret trick for cleaning your front cap?

I am using two sturdy ladders with a telescoping aluminum plank between them. I used this at home. On the road, I use a log pole with bug remover on the pad.
ncrowley 11/01/22 11:48am Class C Motorhomes
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