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FWIW - The Yellow stickers are accurate. Legally they have to be. At least to the point they were equipped when they left the factory floor. Dealer acceesories won't be included, and some (like hydraulic leveling jacks) are quite heavy.

One more data point: My sisters 2020 Forester on a 2019 E450 chassis has in unloaded weight of just over 10,000 pounds and a GVWR of 14,500, so it has over 4,000 pounds of payload!


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My 2018 Jayco Redhawk 22J on the E-450 is also 24' long. It has a high CCC, 3,846#. That # is going to go down permanently a little since I'm having a Fantastic Fan And a slide topper installed.

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FWIW - The Yellow stickers are accurate. Legally they have to be. At least to the point they were equipped when they left the factory floor. Dealer acceesories won't be included, and some (like hydraulic leveling jacks) are quite heavy.

One more data point: My sisters 2020 Forester on a 2019 E450 chassis has in unloaded weight of just over 10,000 pounds and a GVWR of 14,500, so it has over 4,000 pounds of payload!



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Posted: 09/18/20 06:14am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Got some numbers from the manufacturer, through a line employee. Out the factory door weight is averaging a little over 2950# of CCC. Adding fuel, water, propane, spare tire and full tanks (1490#), we would have 1460# for us and our stuff (~930#). We travel fairly lite and never with full holding tanks, we should still have additional excess capacity.

Pulled the trigger yesterday on the Odyssey 24B. Should be delivered by late October to early November.


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Posted: 09/18/20 06:19am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Forgot to ask, how is everyone liking the E-450 chassis and the 7.3 V8 and the Torqueshift transmission? I know I shouldn't have to ask and it's a little late now anyway, but hows the fuel mileage?

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