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Old 08-14-2013, 04:10 PM
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Originally Posted by BAB View Post
Whatever you do, make sure you visit a CAT scale and get your weights once you're loaded up. I tow a 2012 28' Airstream Intl and I did a weigh and 2 reweighs after dialing in weight distribution. You have to move weight from the TT to the TV...not just for a civil towing experience but for safety as well. Lots of folks get weights when they're not loaded. Remember a 40 gal. full water tank weighs o/a 320 lbs.
This really should be a "must do" for people towing on a regular basis, to get an accurate picture of how much weight is involved as it can really add up. A good way to do it is stop at a CAT scale on your way out on a trip and not only weight the TT, but the tow vehicle.
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