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Old 10-10-2015, 03:48 PM   #31
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Originally Posted by ecksdude View Post
snip....... Dry weight on the yellow sticker is 7200 lbs even......snip
Wow, I'm impressed!

Historically with Jayco's Published UVW's of the larger Jay Flights & Eagles one could expect a 400lb-700lb delta between Published and Ship Weights (yellow sticker).

The Jayco published UVW of the 2016 284BHBE is 7,015lbs, and your Ship Weight came in at 7,200lbs....., only a 185b delta (that's a good thing).

Look forward to seeing your CAT results.



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Old 10-10-2015, 04:40 PM   #32
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Originally Posted by spoon059 View Post
If you got stopped and weighed, the first thing they would check are those ratings. If you are under those ratings, you are doing okay.

The second thing they would check is what you registered to weigh. If you are registered to 10K lbs, you are doing okay.

As long as you are under your axle weights, under your tire ratings and under your registered weight you are perfectly LEGAL. !
Who's going to stop and weigh him? Unless he had commercial tags and a DOT# he'll never be weighed by DOT or anybody else.

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