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Old 01-22-2012, 09:03 PM   #61
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one neat thing tho, if you are at the scale, and know your axles weights, or ideal axles weights, you could easily adjust the WD pretty much right on the scale in a matter of seconds.
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So, still waiting on the tech info from Andersen.
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one neat thing tho, if you are at the scale, and know your axles weights, or ideal axles weights, you could easily adjust the WD pretty much right on the scale in a matter of seconds.
How do you know that? My question earlier was about that, but it went unanswered. How do you adjust for different weights? Torque the nut? Shorter or longer chains? Or what?
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How do you know that? My question earlier was about that, but it went unanswered. How do you adjust for different weights? Torque the nut? Shorter or longer chains? Or what?
Torque the nut, makes the chain shorter and transfers more weight.
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Torque the nut, makes the chain shorter and transfers more weight.
That's what I thought, but haven't seen it posted or in any video from the Anderson Rep.
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Seems like it would be a bit of a hassle to have to torque the adjustment nuts every time you hooked on.Maybe they could use some kind of a rotating cam lock that could roll forward giving you slack to unhook and then roll back to tighten up when hooking up,then you would only need one initial adjustment,but I'm not an engineer,so maybe it's not possible.
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