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Old 07-31-2013, 07:04 AM   #21
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What matters, in the end, is the load seen on all tires of the combined rig. Remember that we are using static values as a stand-in for dynamic forces when underway. They are not constant -- these forces -- once one is moving.

The differences from [1] solo (both vehicles); to [2] hitched together, but without WD applied; to [3] hitched with WD applied. Getting persnickety about a few pounds won't help much.

TW is more easily deduced from scale passes than otherwise. A SHERLINE gauge is a tool, and an inexpensive one. "Close" will be good enough, overall.

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