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Old 06-16-2014, 10:44 AM   #1
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Side to Side Weights

Where do you folks find a scale that makes it possible to weight each side of the MH? The CAT scales in my area seem to have a concrete barrier on one side, and the scale hardware on the other. I might be able to maneuver and get one side, but not both. Any suggestions?
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Old 06-16-2014, 11:03 AM   #2
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Where do you folks find a scale that makes it possible to weight each side of the MH? The CAT scales in my area seem to have a concrete barrier on one side, and the scale hardware on the other. I might be able to maneuver and get one side, but not both. Any suggestions?
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Unfortunately I can't tell you where, (I had mine weighed at a rally), but I can tell you this: what you need is individual corner weights, (not the weight of "each side of the MH").
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I might be able to maneuver and get one side, but not both. Any suggestions?
Thats all you need. Weigh front axle then rear axle then weigh front one side then rear one side. Subtract axle weight from one side and that gives you the other side or corner.
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OK guys, I'll give that a try. Thanks,
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