2011 Fun Mover Sport Recreational Vehicle

 

SPECS for the Fun Mover

31D

34Y

35D

42D

42C

Chassis & Weight Ratings (lbs.) E450 CLASS A KODIAK CREW-CAB
Ford Chassis – Engine 6.8L/V-10 6.8L/V-10 N/A 6.7L/Cummins 6.7/Cummins
Gross Vehicle Weight (GVWR) 14,500 20,500 N/A 33,000 33,000
Gross Combined Weight (GCWR) 20,000 26,000 N/A 53,000 53,000
           

Measurements

         
Wheel Base (Ford) 211″ 228″ 253″ 333″ 333″
Exterior Length/ with Liftgate 31′ 1″ 35′ 9″ 36′ 6″/37′ 4″ 43′ 6″ 43′ 6″
Exterior Height (with air conditioner) 11′ 1″ 11′ 7″ 12′ 1″ 12′ 10″ 12′ 10″
Exterior Width (without mirrors) 99″ 99″ 99″ 99″ 99″
Interior Height/Cargo Area Height 80″/88″ 80″/85″ 84″/92″ 84″ 84″
Awning Size 20′ 20′ 18′ 19′ 20′
Cargo Area Size 113″ x 96″ 120″ x 96″ 120″ x 96″ 120″ x 96″ 163″ x 96″

Capacities

         
Fuel Tank (Gallons) 55 75 80 (2) 50 (2) 50
LPG (Pounds) 40.9 88 110.5 110.5 110.5
Fresh Water (Gallons) 23 65 50 60 60
Black Water (Gallons) 32 37 37 48 48
Gray Water (Gallons) 36 37 37 49 49
Water Heater (Gallons) 6 6 6 10 10
Furnace (BTUs) 25,000 30,000 30,000 30,000 30,000
Exterior Storage Capacity (cubic feet)* 16.5 31 41 131 117
*Cargo Area Not Included in Overall Storage Capacity          

IMPORTANT: The towing vehicle’s braking system is rated for operation at GVWR (Gross Vehicle Weight Rating), NOT at GCWR (Gross Combined Weight Rating). Towing capacity may vary by chassis model, floor plan, options, and loading of the vehicle. This may result in a towing capacity which is less than the maximum capacity of the hitch. Do not exceed the vehicle’s Gross Combined Weight Rating (GCWR) or the hitch rating. A separate functioning brake system is required for any towed vehicle or trailer weighing more than 1000 lbs (450 KG) when fully loaded.  

Dry Weights – Based on standard features; optional equipment not included. Net carrying capacity (NCC) determined by subtracting unloaded vehicle weight (UVW) from gross vehicle weight (GVWR) and includes fluids, options, and cargo. Liquid capacities and weights are approximations only.  Sponsored by Columbus foot doctor, Gentle Foot Care.

Vehicle Loading – Every effort has been made to provide the greatest number of options for the recreation vehicle owner. Along with these choices comes the responsibility to manage the loads that are imposed by the choices so that they remain within the manufacturer’s specified chassis weight limits. Do not overload the recreation vehicle.

Warning: This information is intended as a guide only. Weights of individual vehicles may very. Consult your owner’s manual for complete loading, weighing and towing instructions.