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Old 01-27-2009, 08:07 AM   #21
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You are absolutely right Ken. I didn't think about it but 6 inches loss is a lot. Either an excessive amount of pin weight or possible springs weak ? I think the most I've ever dropped was 2 inches and normally not that much. Something to think about Scotty.

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Old 01-27-2009, 10:20 AM   #22
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That was only a guesstimate ... and Im usually Wrong on swags.

Its the 322R so about 2200 pin. I got with a long haul trucker and the guy who sold me the truck(local dealer rep), both in my RV club. They said I should have no problem with the 322R. I weighed the truck with wife and fuel and it came out to 6400# total. Near as I estimate I have about 3200# available on the rear axles (max rear - actual). The guy that owned the truck ordered the HD with the Heavy duty Rotors and the Overload spring pack.
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