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Old 07-21-2013, 02:29 PM   #1
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4 corner weight scale ??

any one no where to find one in south Florida on the SE coast .

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Most scales will provide 4 corner weights. You just have to shuffle the MH around on the scale one corner at a time.

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Hi mikebrls,
Exit 131 on I95 has a Flying J. Exit 129 has a Loves. They may have the scales that will let you weigh 1/2 the coach at a time. This will give you the four corner weights.
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Originally Posted by vsheetz View Post
Most scales will provide 4 corner weights. You just have to shuffle the MH around on the scale one corner at a time.
Very difficult, if not impossible, to do at a truck stop with CAT Certified Scales due to barriers on either side, uneven slopes, etc. Some work, some don't. Find a moving company or a State Highway Patrol weigh station for trucks, or RVSEF people like RVDreams.com who weigh the four corners.

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Old 07-21-2013, 08:17 PM   #5
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If you belong to escapees, they have a 4-corner weighing program. Cost start at about $40.00.

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