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Old 09-01-2016, 11:24 AM
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then of course this was most likely the gross weight full loaded. as that was what they were interested in. which is why you want a trailer with a gxw of 10,000 lb the trailer will go 2,000. then as you can tell at max gross weight riding on 890x15 tires with a rating of 2400 lb at max psi you are not going to have a lot of reserve. let alone a set of prated 235's at 1750
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