Bye Bye Weight

You've already heard us mention our weight concerns regarding the RV and you'll hear it again now and in the future

We decided to keep track of the amount of weight that we get rid of so we know how much additional weight we can put back in new building materials, batteries, features, or our own personal gear that we bring on.

So we took photos and weighed everything we are discarding.

 Furnace: 28lbs 

Furnace: 28lbs 

 A/C Unit: 95 lbs

A/C Unit: 95 lbs

 Toilet: 10 lbs (will be replaced with a composting toilet)

Toilet: 10 lbs (will be replaced with a composting toilet)

 Propane tanks, brackets and regulator: 123.5 lbs (tanks alone are 93.5 lbs, tanks are about half full)

Propane tanks, brackets and regulator: 123.5 lbs (tanks alone are 93.5 lbs, tanks are about half full)

 Water heater: 28.5 lbs (replacing with two point of use heaters)

Water heater: 28.5 lbs (replacing with two point of use heaters)

 Awning with brackets: 60 lbs

Awning with brackets: 60 lbs

 Shower pan: 9.5 lbs (will replace with a new corner shower pan)

Shower pan: 9.5 lbs (will replace with a new corner shower pan)

 Black tank: 33.5 lbs

Black tank: 33.5 lbs

In case you're wondering why there's a can of beer in each photo, it's for size reference. And because Asheville Brewing Company and French Broad Brewing make good beers.

 

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