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Old 01-09-2003, 02:57 AM   #1
BandJ
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Understanding weights - truck and RV

I would appreciate some feed back to understand if I have enough truck to tow my RV.

Truck - 2002 Silverado - extended cab, short bed, V8, Vortec 8100, Allison 1000 transmission, 3.73 Axle. GVWR = 9200, GCWR = 20,000, GAWR F = 4410, GAWR R = 6084

RV - 2000 Montana 3250RK - Unloaded = 8834, GVWR = 12500.

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