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Old 01-08-2016, 12:25 PM   #1
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Where in So. CA to get four corner weights?

Does Cat scale provide this? Any other places in socal (Orange County)?
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The one I went to let me drive onto the scale with one axle at a time.
then there was room for me to shift to the side, and weigh the left front and left rear side.

You really only need 4 weights (each axle, and one side of each axle).

The weigh master is inside the office, and out of sid of the scale pad.
The next time I go, I will give him a sheet of paper with 4 places for weights, and one of my two way radios to tell him when to take the reading.

They just want cash only $20

I got mine done here:
Nelson Moving and storage
25742 Atlantic Ocean Dr, Lake Forest, CA 92630
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The one I went to let me drive onto the scale with one axle at a time.
then there was room for me to shift to the side, and weigh the left front and left rear side.

You really only need 4 weights (each axle, and one side of each axle).

The weigh master is inside the office, and out of sid of the scale pad.
The next time I go, I will give him a sheet of paper with 4 places for weights, and one of my two way radios to tell him when to take the reading.

They just want cash only $20

I got mine done here:
Nelson Moving and storage
25742 Atlantic Ocean Dr, Lake Forest, CA 92630
nelsonmoving.com
(800) 582-4434
If they weigh each axle and then each side of each axle isn't that 6 different readings? I thought all 4 corners needed to be weighed as well as both front and back.
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I guess the point is--if you get the total axle weight then weigh one side only, you can subtract the single side weight from the total axle to get the other side. Most truck scales are segmented so you get each axle with a single weigh--so both axles count as on weigh cycle.....
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I guess the point is--if you get the total axle weight then weigh one side only, you can subtract the single side weight from the total axle to get the other side. Most truck scales are segmented so you get each axle with a single weigh--so both axles count as on weigh cycle.....
Yup....6 numbers I f you have a tax axle.
The place I went had a single large weighing pad

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