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Old 06-27-2013, 07:33 PM   #1
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625d GVW

The difference in the GVW and the dry weight leaves about 350 for cargo. Add about 210 for water and that leaves around 150 for everything else. Does anyone have any input on being over the GVW and what the issues could be? Is it tires, inflation, axles? Or is being a few hundred lbs. over the recommended GVW not that big of a deal.

The reason I'm asking is i normally tow with my pickup, and put most of the extras in the bed under the tonneau cover. I'm towing for the forth of July with my jeep Cherokee, and I can't get as much inside.

One thing I thought of was to tow dry and add the water somewhere near destination. But I haven't figured out where.

Any input on towing would be appreciated.
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