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I'm in the process of giving new life to the '92 Winnebago Adventurer P-Chassis (7.4 ltr) I purchased a few months ago. This will include a set of SuperSteer coil springs. My existing coils are in a bad way and the air bags are shot. Based on what I've read it sounds like the SuperSteers are a good way to go. The trick is I'm having a difficult time finding a place to weigh each wheel/side seperately. I was able to get the coach weighed - each axle - but not each wheel.
I've done some searches on here and have begun making calls but thought I might get lucky and someone here might know a location that can do this in Northern IL or Southern WI? If not I'll just keep calling.
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You'll have to look some, but try farm supply stores, fertilizer dealers, moving companies, garbage dumps (landfills), grain elevators, and sand and gravel suppliers. When you get a NO from someone, ask them and maybe they will know. Good luck.
Thanks for the recommendations. I finally found a place to weigh all 4 corners individually. Lester's Material Service in Grayslake IL on route 83 (~1 hour north of Chicago). Scale was nice and flat with the ground around it and they let me do if for 0$'s. Nice folks.