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Old 08-04-2014, 01:00 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by thebrakeman View Post

As far as Platokidd's TW difference, not sure how to explain 400 lbs more TW, but only 350 lbs more total weight. But you get the point. Dry weight is only very basic information. It's a real number (not "fictional" as some will say). But it's only useful for planning, before purchase, to estimate a loaded weight.
I can look for my cat scale sheets later. This is just my guess estimate if I remember right.
pushing 1200 lbs (close to)
on the tongue and 8600 plus (over)

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