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Old 06-15-2020, 01:10 PM   #41
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Originally Posted by ependydad View Post
For TT's, you need to do 3 weights:

1, truck + trailer w/ WDH engaged (like regular travel)
2, truck + trailer w/ WDH disengaged (throw the bars in the truck bed)
3, truck only

Make sure to pull off of the scale in between weighings to make all adjustments.

And then, like shared above- use this calculator with the resulting 3 weigh slips:
Actual Weights - Travel Trailer/Bumper Pull Weights from CAT Scales - Towing Planner


Very curious why you remove the WD from your hitch. If I did that, I would be way over on my tongue weight capacity. I would be afraid that I would break something on my truck. Cant you get the same results by following the fifth wheel weigh calculations?
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