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Old 11-15-2014, 01:51 AM   #1
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Anderson levels and duel rear wheel question

How many do I need? do I need two for the rear wheels or one?

I have them for our TT but am getting them for my parents class C. I am guessing I would need three but never know... Thanks.
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I would want each individual tire to be supported if it were me. Otherwise, the unsupported tire is carrying a significant amount of weight (possibly higher than it should).
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I would want each individual tire to be supported if it were me. Otherwise, the unsupported tire is carrying a significant amount of weight (possibly higher than it should).
I think you mean the supported tire will be carrying a significantly greater amount of weight. The unsupported(not on the Anderson) will be hanging in the air.
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I think you mean the supported tire will be carrying a significantly greater amount of weight. The unsupported(not on the Anderson) will be hanging in the air.

Ha. Yep- that's what I should have meant. Good catch, Mr. Coot.
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