Asked by: Raya Beasain
asked in category: General Last Updated: 3rd April, 2020

How much does a vintage camper weigh?

A vintage camper weighs around 2,500 to 3,500 pounds.

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Consequently, how much do old campers weigh?

Most of these smaller trailers (13-18') will weigh in between 2,500 and 3,500 pounds, but always make sure to ask for weight before purchasing to make sure your car can handle it.

Secondly, how heavy is a slide in camper? Camper Weights Vary Since some slide-ins have dry weights as high as 3,900 pounds, you cannot expect a half-ton truck to be able to carry one of them safely, and you certainly will not be able to load one onto a truck with a short bed.

Moreover, how much does a camper weigh?

In short, an average camper trailer weighs around 5,200 pounds (2,350 kilos) dry weight, which means the weight of the trailer when its tanks are not filled and it has no gear in it. You can expect to add 1,500 pounds (680 kilos) of gear and water to that number to get a “real world” example.

How much does a 26 foot travel trailer weigh?

There is not a standard dry weight for all 26' long Jayco travel trailers. For example, a 2019 Jayco Jay Flight 21QB is around 26' long and has a dry weight of 4,455 lbs whereas a 2019 Jayco Jay Feather X23E is around 26' long and has a dry weight of 5,105 lbs.

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