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Old 08-25-2013, 04:15 PM   #21
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Although it is probably easier and cheaper to put on longer shackles.
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I never had water on the floor either.....unless I missed.
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I never had water on the floor either.....unless I missed.
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I think it is because of the 7000lbs axles and heavier tires, and not being loaded close to the higher capacity of the trailer. Everything in the cupboard on the other side of the wall from the toilet is always a mess also.
X2 Bouncy, bouncy. Having oversized wheels and LR E tires makes for a stiff ride. I ould have to run my tires at 55psi (80psi) normally to be at load spec.
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