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Old 06-10-2010, 02:42 PM   #1
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I have a question for my Engineer and Physicist colleagues. I just weighed my coach and the DW was not on-board. As she sits over the front right tire, should I add all her weight to the front axle and assume that her weight would all be on the right front tire?
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If you are so close to the weight on that tire that her weight makes a difference time to unload something.

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Technically yes, but what difference is 100lbs going to make?
Seriously though I would be interested in what your results were. I assume your fuel and water tanks were full. My front axle weight is 10,000 lbs which is close to the 10,500lb limit.
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Technically you should add the weight to it since she is directly over it, but if you are wise, you will subtract the weight and tell her what a benefit it is when she rides there.
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