Just took Motorhome to weighbridge

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  1. Bluemooner

    Bluemooner Funster Life Member

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    Its the first time i have done this full loaded with food, clothes, fuel and water and i have 130kg spare pleased with that :thumb:
    Andy
     
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    Don't forget when you've topped up with the normal load of 100 litres (100 kilos) of wine in France, a few bottles of Spirits (10 -20 kilos) and the weight you and your beloveds have piled on during your holiday you haven't got much left in payload.

    Remember many MHs don't have anywhere near as much spare capacity as you - so make the most of it - and try and leave the Mother-in-law at home!

    :france::france::france:
     
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    u took motorhome where?

    cheap skate your :Rofl1::Rofl1:
     
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    only a 100 ltrs ?thats only 3 months supply at 1 aday .
    plus you do need more brandy whishie etc and food .
    plus the odd refugee tied underneath .ha ha
     
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    And it was free:Rofl1::Rofl1:
     
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    I will gain more when i come home without water so thats an extra 90 litres of wine:thumb:
     
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