Q:

How much does a camper weigh?

A:

The 2006 R-Vision Mountain Star camper weighs 1,910 pounds when it has all of the standard equipment inside. This includes 25 gallons of water, 40 pounds of bottled gas and a standard camper refrigerator.

The weight of a camper can vary greatly depending on its make, features and the items stored inside. Most campers have a maximum weight limit, which can be found on the manufacturer label sealed to the camper itself. In some models, there is not a refrigerator but rather an ice box. This reduces the maximum weight limit. The owner's manual lists the specific weight limits for each model, as well as the features contained inside the camper.

Sources:

  1. campingworld.com

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