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Old 05-01-2019, 05:56 PM   #19
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Brand: Thor Motor Coach
Model: Hurricane 29M
State: California
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With 5 more feet of coach and chassis vs the 29M it needs to be on that chassis. That's a lot more dry weight than mine. The 20.5k would have been better under the 29M I suppose. But carrying 2 overweight people, 2 dogs, all supplies, and full of fuel and water I'm content.

Realistically traveling we often won't have a full 80 gallons of fuel. Just depends on prices along the way. And 50 gallons of water is more than we would normally have on board unless we intend to do some dry camping along the route.
I always fill my gas tank especially after a trip. The fuller the tank the less condensation in the tank

I usually keep my water full or close to it. You never know what can happen. We were camped in las Vegas when 50+ winds came and knock a few trees over breaking a water line. We were without water for two days. We had a full tank so didn't have a problem. Many were empty and left the cg

Jerry
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