The average unladen vehicle weight (or dry weight) of a 24-foot travel trailer is approximately 4,404 lbs. This is a good baseline to refer to when you’re dealing with 24-foot trailers, but there are a few more factors that potential customers should keep in mind.
How much does a 30ft camper weight?
The average weight of a 30 foot camper is between 5,200 and 5,800 pounds dry weight which is the weight of your camper with empty water tanks and no gear on board. Filling your tanks and throwing in your gear will bring the weight of most 30′ campers up to 6,700 and 7,300 pounds.
How much does a 25 ft travel trailer weigh?
The average small Travel Trailer (<25 feet) weighs 3500 lbs (1588 kg) and can be towed by mid size SUV’s and small pickup trucks. The average large Travel Trailer (>25 feet) weighs 6300 lbs (2858 kg) and can be towed by larger SUV’s and 1/2 ton pickup trucks.
How much does a 20ft camper weigh?
Based on our sampling of 20 popular models we estimate the typical travel trailer weight to be 4,384 pounds dry weight and 6,109 pound GVWR (Gross Vehicle Weight Rating).
How much does a 36 ft camper weight?
A camper can weigh anywhere from 500 to 20,000 pounds. It all depends on the style of the camper. For example, a teardrop camper usually weighs about 1,500 pounds unloaded, while a 36-foot 5th wheel camper can weigh as much as 15,000 pounds, even when empty.
How big of a camper can a Ram 1500 pull?
The Dodge Ram 1500 can pull a trailer up to 9,130 pounds for a travel trailer. You place Your truck’s transmission in jeopardy when You exceed Your vehicle’s towing limit.