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Old 05-30-2016, 01:14 PM   #1
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Axle weights on 377RLBH loaded to ride.

Weighed the axles and each side of the axles on the 377 today.

Pretty even.
Front axle was 5960
Rear axle was 6160

Side to side little different story.

Passenger side 5460
Drivers side. 6680

Obviously the large/heavy kitchen slide and bunk room slide add some weight. I also noticed the trailer is 3/4 lower on the driver side when I measure the frame to the ground.



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Old 05-30-2016, 04:48 PM   #2
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By chance, did you get a pin weight?
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I'm going to weight the truck tomorrow on my way to work without the RV. New truck, but I had about 4600#s of pin weight with my 2500.


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WOW! 4600# is a lot! Probably one of the higher weights in its class!
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I assumed there would be a sizable difference left to right. This doesn't include the fact that the master and bunk room have humans sleeping in those slides. Add a few hundred more pounds for the humans, load the fridge, and kitchen with home goods. Wonder how that weight would pan out.
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WOW! 4600# is a lot! Probably one of the higher weights in its class!


We have the generator option, TV in basement and cord reel. Honestly outside of that we don't have anything more than most rv's.


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I don't have the generator, but I have four 6v golf cart batteries, plus the cord reel, the basement tele, and a basement full of gadgets.... Almost afraid to weigh mine...
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Axle weights on 377RLBH loaded to ride.

We have two deep cycle battery's.


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I'm going to weight the truck tomorrow on my way to work without the RV. New truck, but I had about 4600#s of pin weight with my 2500.


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Are you sure of the 4600 lbs pin weight? That's a lot, You sure your truck can handle that much weight?
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4,600# on that big of a trailer sounds about right. My rig is over 4,500# pin weight. Depends on how full the storage is.
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