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Old 05-26-2016, 08:02 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by dennismo View Post
I forgot, I had a half tank of fresh water also. This is a toy hauler and without bikes in the back is tounge heavy. We're heading to Colorado for two weeks without much in the toy hauler part. I need to figure out what to put back there...
I think a couple of KTM's along with gear and tools should solve your problem nicely.
Well that's what I would do.

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Old 05-27-2016, 12:08 PM   #12
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I agree that you should adjust your hitch to transfer more weight to the front axle. On your hitch you do that by changing the head angle which is done by increasing the number of washers. The max number is 8 so you can figure how much further you can take it. I'd recommend taking tools to a truck stop with scales, then reweigh after making an adjustment. Reweighs are cheap when you do them on the same day. Don't listen to those who claim you can dial it in by measuring at the fenders. This is s rough guide only and no substitute for accurate weights.

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