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Old 08-12-2020, 01:42 PM   #1
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OCCC 2014 33c help.

Hello,considering a 2014ish 33c and having a heck of a time trying to find one that has the OCCC listed. Don't need it down to the pound but just making sure we are in the 3000 pound range. Knowing its on the 22,000 chassis so 22.5 wheels I assume its nearer to 4000, but thought I would check because of the multitude of slides and woodwork.


Have been considering a newer Jayco, but need a 2018+ (and $20,000 more) to get the shorter length on a 22,000 pound frame. Just ran across the 33c and really like the layout, and especially no dang dinette!!!!

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Old 08-12-2020, 02:36 PM   #2
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A 2010 OCCC sticker is shown in this thread.

(It's 4174 pounds)
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A 2010 OCCC sticker is shown in this thread.

(It's 4174 pounds)
Must have missed that on my search through the forums. Thank you!

That might be on the Chevy chassis vs the Ford the 2014 would be on, shouldn't make much of a difference at all.
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Kyle - it will vary depending on options, but I think you will find even one optioned up will be above 3000 based on homework I did before I bought my 27N. Once you find one you like you can ask for that number specific to the one you are considering. They can send you a pic of the sticker.....
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Old 08-12-2020, 07:14 PM   #5
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Was just making sure not to waste my time and find out it was something so low it was unworkable for my use. Found a couple of other floor plans/brands that I liked, only to find they had just laughable CCC for a 30 footer. I mean seriously 1600 pounds!

Normally had been able to dig through rv trader and eventually find one with a pic of the sticker to get me a ballpark number, but no dice on the 33c.
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