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Old 01-20-2014, 07:03 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by RyanRving View Post
Don't use a truck scale for tractor trailers if that is what you did. You should find someone who weighs your unit the correct way- sep scales for each front tire and back tire. I had mine weighed the wrong way and then the correct way- big differences! I was not overweight. (Well, the RV wasn't anyway)
What is the "right" way exactly? I got my weights from a truck scale that the DOT uses. Years ago I took my TT and truck across a CAT scale and they do it very differently. I would love to know.

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