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Old 06-14-2016, 02:29 PM   #41
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Originally Posted by emm-dee View Post
Yes, I've read them and understand. What I was saying is the OP doesn't have the correct axles so it's better to find the exact weight resting on the existing axles to determine if it's safe to tow for the short time, at least enough to get it in for replacement if needed.
If Forest River says it's unsafe to continue moving the trailer on 4000# axles they will be forced to make other arrangements to replace the axles and upgrade the tires. Once reported it will be totally in their ball park; Unless NHTSA steps in with other methods to solve the axle problem.

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