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Old 05-11-2015, 12:21 PM   #11
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Kenny,

We have Safe-T on ours and really helps the steering, much firmer and less play while driving. As to the Flying J/Pilot we have their credit card and just swipe and go along with saving 3 a gallon, just still have to walk to get reciept. Glad you had a great trip.
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Old 05-11-2015, 12:36 PM   #12
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I have 115 on front and 110 at rear. I will take them all down about 5lbs before next trip.

Speaking of getting it weighed.....
I stopped at Pilot figuring to fill up the tanks and get it weighed. Of course the pump was shut off and I was at the far end, which just about required a water bottle to stay hydrated during the hike to the cashier. And of course, being a Sunday, there was only one cashier. After telling me I had to pay up front and come back to get a refund of any amount I was off, I drove off, making a note to myself never to use them.

I will get it weighed on the next trip, hopefully.

Thanks.
I use Pilot Flying J all the time get the fuel card save .05 at minimum well worth it. No need to go inside at all.
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