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Old 02-03-2016, 07:33 AM   #15
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Never take possession of one when you see anything wrong or when there is no one there to walk you through all the systems and answer questions.
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Be sure you are prepared to check the tire pressure and lug torque your self if you go back and get the trailer. When I picked up my new trailer last year I asked the service guy if the pressure and lug nuts had been checked before I hooked it up. He said, "Oh yeah we checked everything". Well I checked them when I got home and all tires were 20 lbs low and all lug nuts were loose. One of the axle grease caps was missing from behind the hub cap also. I'm sure it came from the factory this way and the dealer never checked anything.
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Old 02-09-2016, 12:14 AM   #17
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This should all have been covered in the walk through. My TT manual and manufacturer's sticker says 50 psi for my load range "C" tires.

We spent over an hour and a half going over all the TT parts including where to jack it up to change a tire.

It is best to ask and understand before you drive it off.
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