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Old 09-29-2011, 10:20 AM   #11
Villa Estate 392FLFB
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i believe mine is pretty balanced. "passenger" side has the kitchen, cupboards, sink, shower and other side has hw heater, 2 slides. when on a flat lot etc there is no lean side to side. As for front to back i dont doubt that the front is too heavy. I would load as much as i can in the back to keep the tongue weight under 1000lbs.

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Full Timing - Salem Villa Estate - 392FLFB - Purchased July 29th 2010
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