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Old 08-05-2014, 12:56 AM
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Put it to work over the weekend. Went over a set of scales on the way out. Gotta get a weight distribution or equalizer hitch and the numbers will look much better. It's just on a plain reviewer now
Just truck weight.
Front axle 4532lbs Rated 5200lbs
Back axle 6930lbs Rated 7000lbs
GVW 11462. Rated 11400

Truck 11462lbs
Trailer 3850lbs
GCVW 15311 rated for 23000lbs
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I was stupid once and weight in at dump with 2005 Tundra & 10ft dump trailer at 18546lbs. Was I ever over weight. Reason for purchase of 250.
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Old 08-05-2014, 02:26 PM
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How sharp can you turn before those tires dig into the front of your camper?
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Old 08-05-2014, 08:13 PM
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How sharp can you turn before those tires dig into the front of your camper?
Till the tongue of trailer hits bumper lol I have about 3-4" clearance on flat ground just gotta be careful pulling out of parking lots with steep entrances
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Adam rotate the picture man..... .... long time no...
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The picture is how my phone wants it! Yeah Ben awhile. Busy with summer stuff.
Did you ever get your new, New truck?
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Me and friends went out to Pennsylvania for some four wheeling. About a 450 mile round trip. We bought this 30' travel trailer frame and put some wood decking on it. You can sure fit a lot of toys on it. Had a great time and the truck pulled great through the mountains.


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No pictures but I just got a 2014 6.2 and it handles my 555G a lot better than my 460s
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Besides the 4 wheeler in bed what else you got in the truck that is heavy?
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Put it to work over the weekend. Went over a set of scales on the way out. Gotta get a weight distribution or equalizer hitch and the numbers will look much better. It's just on a plain reviewer now
Just truck weight.
Front axle 4532lbs Rated 5200lbs
Back axle 6930lbs Rated 7000lbs
GVW 11462. Rated 11400

Truck 11462lbs
Trailer 3850lbs
GCVW 15311 rated for 23000lbs [/IMG][/URL]
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Nice trailer, where in Pa did you go? Have done lots of 4 wheeling in pa . Know of some nice places to ride.
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