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Old 10-08-2016, 09:52 AM   #29
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Originally Posted by Don & Ro View Post
My rig was weighted last week, with these results:

LF: 6300
RF: 4450
LR: 8550
RR: 9400

My concern is the front axle difference(1850psi) is too large. The gentleman from SmartWeigh, said I might have a air bag problem. I value the opinions on this forum, so please response.
IMO an air bag or ride height issue would be the first thing to check. Hope it is the ride height as that would be the easiest (most economical) thing to correct.

Gordon and Janet
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