why do motor movers have different weights?

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I'm just looking at motor movers, and I've found that they all seem to vary in their weight.

Does the weight matter?

And what is the difference between a heavier motor mover and a lighter motor mover? I'm guessing the heavier ones are made to move heavier caravans?
 
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I'm just looking at motor movers, and I've found that they all seem to vary in their weight.

Does the weight matter?

And what is the difference between a heavier motor mover and a lighter motor mover? I'm guessing the heavier ones are made to move heavier caravans?
Not necessarily it can be down to design. When I had my first motor mover a Reich I was seeing weights between 31kg and 37 kg for different makes all with ostensibly similar capacities of weight v incline.
 
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It also matters that you will have to deduct the weight of the mover from your user payload, and if you have a small payload to start with, every little helps
 
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It is just down to the makers slightly different designs and possibly materials. I suppose it is why a Mondeo weighs a different amount to an Insignia. They both do the same thing, but the manufacturers do some things differently.
 

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