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Old 07-09-2013, 06:29 PM
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Originally Posted by Davidjacob View Post
So 35psi is a good safe limit? I was afraid to pump them up that much and risk the things blowing.

I wanted to stop at a scale and get the weight but I never got a chance. I remember when we had a moving company move our furniture they told me we were around 4000 lbs.

It seemed much heavier than that but that could be I'm having to also compensate for wind with that box. I used to tow a Land Rover Disco 2 which was around 4500lbs on a car transport and that felt way lighter.
Its probably a good thing you didn't weigh it. You would have been surprised by how much you were over on your rear axle. When I weighed my tt my rear axle was 4120 with wdh disconnected and I still had two inches to go before bump stops. I did have the airbags in but they were at 5 psi so i doubt they were helping any. Glad to hear it went well
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