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2100 & 2400 OCCC

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IrisnGerald

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2100 & 2400 OCCC
« on: April 27, 2023, 03:36:41 pm »
Hello,

My first RV was a 45 fifth wheel in 1992, full timed in the Mojave for 3 years. Next was a 28 fifth wheel that I wintered over one year in the mountains of Colorado. Had a couple more after that, also towable. But weve come to the conclusion that a self propelled RV would better suit our needs. So after considering seemingly countless makes, models, and sizes, the PC 2100 and 2400 are at the top of the list of candidates for us.

One absolutely vital piece of information (for us) is the OCCC (occupant and cargo carrying capacity). Weve lost count how many weve rejected because the OCCC was impractical. So, to make an informed decision, and because its a number seemingly illusive to many owners as well as the staff at Phoenix USA, I have come here.

Anyone care to state the OCCC of a 2100 or 2400?

It would be greatly appreciated, thanks beforehand!

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donc13

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Re: 2100 & 2400 OCCC
« Reply #1 on: April 27, 2023, 05:43:43 pm »
Depends on the options added to the base model.  So there is no one number for each model.

This question is better asked in the General forum section.  Much better chance of getting an answer from folks who own those models
« Last Edit: April 27, 2023, 05:51:37 pm by donc13 »
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IrisnGerald

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Re: 2100 & 2400 OCCC
« Reply #2 on: April 27, 2023, 07:18:25 pm »
Depends on the options added to the base model.  So there is no one number for each model.

This question is better asked in the General forum section.  Much better chance of getting an answer from folks who own those models
Yes Im aware that it will vary (slightly) based on options, but any number, a real number, is better than nothing.