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Old 07-03-2013, 12:17 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by dalford View Post
It seems it is more than the bare minimum. How do you balance your weight perfectly between the front and back axle. I mean it seems to me I have to be perfectly weight balanced front to back or I will exceed the max on one axle or the other.
How do you balance so you don't over load an axle?
You probably can't, and the factory doesn't seem to care.
It is the same logic that has them put on tires that are barely rated for the load they are supposed to carry.
As long as they meet the legal requirements, they are content to leave the consequences to those who buy their products.
It really is the strangest business I have run across.

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