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Old 06-07-2012, 10:07 PM   #15
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You could even have shut off valves inside the unit to protect them from freezing. That's the way our rigs have been.

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TV is rated to pull 23,000 lb GCWR and when weighed at the certified Cat scales I was at 16000 total for truck and trailer. Sound about right?
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Originally Posted by Nowac99
TV is rated to pull 23,000 lb GCWR and when weighed at the certified Cat scales I was at 16000 total for truck and trailer. Sound about right?
I have a 2007 f350 truck and I have similar numbers as you....I think the GCWR is a tad higher. I am 16,980 on cat scale.... I also had the same dilemma with the water drains.. The previous owner forgot to tell me about the plugs that were removed in the rear... ( I bought it in middle of winter) when I hooked city water up I had water running out the back. Luckily I remembered seeing three little grey plastic threaded plugs in the basement compartment....screwed right in...no more leak. the extra one I found went to the fresh water drain.
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