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Old 09-04-2016, 10:02 AM   #1
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Over loaded?

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Maybe?... OR maybe not?
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Depends on the axle of the truck can't tell if it is full floating or not. Looks like it could use some helper springs though.
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Whether or not the truck in that picture is overloaded can only be determined if you know:
1.) The total weight of the camper, it's contents, and accessories.
2.) How much weight that truck is designed to carry.
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