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Old 06-10-2013, 11:42 PM   #31
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Good! Thanks, I will watch out and post updates here....
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Old 06-11-2013, 12:56 PM   #32
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Well, the dry weight as it sits is 5206 lbs. (actual weight since it was weight before I bought it. I weight everything I put in and it's now 6570 lbs. my TV is a 2008 suburban with 7000 max towing. Passengers together are 360 lbs. that's the numbers I have right now before the scale....
If you want to compare some numbers I have an '09 Burb so it will be similar to yours (the vehicle was refreshed in 2007). My TT is lower in weight at 5100 pounds (actual) but the math is the same. Note the sticker weight on mine was 4400 pounds so that is a useless number as mentioned in the thread. As also noted here, its cargo capacity and rear axle weight that will be the determining factors on what you can safely tow.

Check the 'A CAT Tale' threat FWIW if you are interested.
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Old 06-11-2013, 03:37 PM   #33
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Pm sent! Well the only passengers in the car will be me and my wife( 330 lbs) + the kid( 35 lbs) nothing else in the car besides some drinks, everything else is in the trailer. Even took the 3rd seat row out. Dry with propane and batteries and generator my tounge weight is at 920 lbs,measured it with a tounge scale. this changes according to other posts cause 1 atv is located towards the back which brings the tounge weight down.
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