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Old 06-04-2004, 12:18 PM
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trailer weighing in SW Ohio

Does anyone know of a place (like a grain mill, truck stop, weigh station) near Fairborn/ Springfield?

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Old 06-04-2004, 06:51 PM
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Stan ,
you go to any place that sells mulch and gravel or A pilot truck stop {70&42} and they weigh it and give you a slip ......
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Old 06-04-2004, 09:32 PM
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I think there's a truck stop at the Huber Heights Exit on I 70 that has a (CAT) scale. It's been along time since I been there but it was a Speedway then. Lots of truck traffic there, if I remember right.

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your right Eric , its at the 202 exit off 70 exit no#35-36 go north on 202, first traffic light turn right,at the speedway. i'd forgot'en about that one...
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your right Eric , its at the 202 exit off 70 exit no#35-36 go north on 202, first traffic light turn right,at the speedway. i'd forgot'en about that one...
About 4-5 years ago I had to meet someone to transfer packages at that Speedway, work related. My company doesn't do that anymore. It used to freak people out when they would see the radioactive symbol on the side of the box.

That's the only scale I know of in that general area.

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Thanks guys. I-70 and 202 is pretty close too!

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You could always goto one of the scrap yards on first street in Dayton. Franklin Metals has a scale that you might be able to use. Bob
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We ended up taking it to a gravel place next to the south incinerator.

thanks for the other locations too!

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