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Old 03-11-2011, 08:28 PM   #11
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Jayco has made some modifications in 2011 that may have changed the tongue weight. They changed the front of the trailer to a more aerodynamic shape and went to a 2 tank 90 gallon water system. The placement of these tanks may have changed the tongue weight as the old single 59 gallon tank was in front of the axles. These are just guesses on my part and I do not know where they hung the new tanks. -Lee
We would have appreciated this change a year earlier. Oh well. If it wasn't for buying the Jayco when we did, we wouldn't be at this site, so I think we can deal with it....
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Just moveing the axles forward a few inches can reduce tongue weight.
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Old 03-13-2011, 10:06 AM   #13
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Just moveing the axles forward a few inches can reduce tongue weight.
Yep, that would make a difference as well.
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