Spree Escape Toy Hauler Specifications

Travel Trailer Toy Hauler

E17FKTH

UVW (Unloaded Vehicle Weight)*

2,380

Dry Hitch Weight*

390

Dry Axle Weight*

1,990

NCC (Net Carrying Capacity)

1,120

GVWR

3,500

Interior Height

75"

Exterior Height without A/C

102"

Exterior Width

90"

Exterior Length

17' 4"

Refrigerator (cu. feet)

3

Water Heater Cap. (gal. Gas)

6

Fresh Water Cap. (gal.)

10

Black Water Cap. (gal.)

5

Gray Water Cap. (gal.)

26

LP Gas Cap. (lbs.)

20

Furnace BTUs (1,000s) Optional

16

Tire Size

14"

Awning

12'
*This weight reflects the rolling average unit weight for each model.
Your trailer weight will vary according to optional equipment.

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VEHICLE LOADING - Every effort has been made to provide the greatest number of options for the recreational owner. Each owner is responsible to select loads allowing the recreational vehicle to remain within the manufacturer's specified chassis weight limits. Do not overload the recreational vehicle.

 

UNLOADED VEHICLE WEIGHT (UVW) - The typical weight of this trailer as built at the factory. The UVW does not include cargo, LP gas, fresh water, options or dealer-installed accessories.

 

GROSS VEHICLE WEIGHT RATING (GVWR) - The maximum permissible weight of the trailer, including the UVW plus passengers, all cargo, personal items, fluids, options and dealer-installed accessories. The GVRW is equal to or greater than the sum of the UVW and the NCC.

 

NET CARRYING CAPACITY (NCC) - The maximum weight of all passengers, personal items, fresh water, food, tools, LP gas, other cargo and dealer-installed accessories* that can be carried by the trailer. NCC is equal to or less than GVWR minus UVW.

 

* The addition of options will decrease the NCC.

 

It is important for your safety and enjoyment that your tow vehicle be adequately sized and equipped to tow and handle the GVWR of the RV you select. Review weights and rating of your tow vehicle and consult a competent advisor for questions or advice. Whether you are new to RVing or a seasoned veteran, get a feel for the performance of your tow vehicle and the RV together before heading out on the roadways. When you tow an RV, you must drive differently than you do when driving a single vehicle. Practice hooking up, driving, backing up and braking in a safe environment or seek out professional instruction. See specification chart above. K-Z affixes a weight label to each new RV which lists weight information for that vehicle.

 

NOTE: This information is intended as a guide only. Weights of individual vehicles are approximate. Consult your Owner's Manual for complete loading, weighing and towing instructions. All weights may vary.

 

K.Z., Inc. • 985 N 900 W, Shipshewana, IN 46565
E-Mail: kz@kz-rv.com • www.kz-rv.com

 

Due to continual research and advances, manufacturer reserves the right to change specifications, design, price and equipment without notice, and assumes no responsibility for any error in this literature. Some items shown are not included as standard or optional equipment.

 

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