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Old 03-06-2007, 02:08 PM   #15
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We only have one slide, I didn't know about a pin weight limit. Where would I find that on the truck and camper?
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i wouldent even pull it with a Diesel not that much weight...
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The only way to figure out how much available pin weight you have is to go weigh your truck. Weigh it like you are going to be traveling.
Take the GVWR of the truck and subtract the weight of the truck. That will give you how much pin weight you have available before going over the GVWR of the truck.
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Jim, I think the Linkster is right on. I have in front of me the '06 Ram brochure; is says the Mega Cab with an 8000# GVWR has a payload capacity of 2220#. a 9000# GVWR rig has a 1690# payload capacity. BTW, it also shows a 4X2 with a 13000# tow cap. The 4X4 is 12550#.
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