So looking at toy haulers yesterday, we were looking at a Keystone Carbon 327. The sales guy points out the GVWR indicating how much stuff it could hold... I then asked about the indicated axle capacity.. He immediately said, "that axle capacity is a misprint, they're $8k axles".
GVWR was 16.5k
Axles (2-axle) were 7k each
Here's a look a a similar keystone: http://images.traderonline.com/img/3...mb_770x574.jpg
So I immediately pointed out the "misprint" on the axles too. That seemed to stump him...
Here's another one that seems to weigh in OVER axle capacity empty:
2013 Keystone RV Fuzion 375 Toy Hauler | All Stars RV | Dealer for Motorhome Service or Find Cargo and Horse Trailers For Sale
I don't understand:
1) How you can manufacture a trailer that's over allowed rating of the axles empty.
2) How you can provide a max gross weight that is significant excess of the axle capacity...
Or am I missing something?
Edit: pin weight!