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Old 07-23-2011, 08:38 AM   #11
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On a previous trailer by a non- Forest River company I had a totally incorrect weight/tire
size/load range sticker on the side of the trailer up by the hitch.

I called and asked for a corrected sticker. The immediately sent me a new sticker
that was different from the original and still wrong.
I had to send them the info from the side walls of my tires and virtually tell them what
the sticker should say before I got one that was correct.

Also good advice is to weigh your trailer.
EVERYONE should weigh their trailer!!!
Weigh your trailer, read the side walls on your tires and then you will know
if you are in safe limits.
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