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Old 06-04-2019, 05:02 PM   #1
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weight difference between E19 and E21, both 2ndG models

My E19 had an empty dry weight of 3560# and the new model 3845#, comparably equipped. This means a 285# difference in models.
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Old 06-04-2019, 06:28 PM   #2
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We have a new generation E21 weight leaving the factory at 3650lb without any fluids or gas I suspect that I’m at 4500lb will weigh when we get to our kids place in Illinois.
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By the end of a long trip and buying too many "T" shirts, I discovered than my 2017 New Generation 21 weighed in at 5020 pounds. It has gone on a diet, and is now down to 4700 pounds & 500 pounds tongue weight.
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We weighed Myron's E19 tongue weight, 650# iat the rally, if I recall correctly. I'll do mine later this week.
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After first weighing in at 4300/550 tongue three weeks ago my wine cellar in the rear is depleting and am now at 4150/600.
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After first weighing in at 4300/550 tongue three weeks ago my wine cellar in the rear is depleting and am now at 4150/600.

Nice “case study” in the dynamics of load placement and effects on tongue weight.
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Yes, not surprisingly as my locker lightens the tongue gets more lush
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