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Old 07-21-2019, 09:43 PM
REW REW is offline
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Fisher,
When you get your rigs weight, let us all know. Other's would like the same information.
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Thanks dkrum, very helpful
If you want exact go to the CAT scales, just because that was his weight it wonít be yours. you said your an engenieer so recognize the danger that people who donít know better bestow upon others when they hit the highway overloaded. make sure your weight is accurate and young weight proper but donít simply follow advise of check your tires and hit the road.
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If you want exact go to the CAT scales, just because that was his weight it won’t be yours. you said your an engenieer so recognize the danger that people who don’t know better bestow upon others when they hit the highway overloaded. make sure your weight is accurate and young weight proper but don’t simply follow advise of check your tires and hit the road.
thanks, never thought of that!

how much does your 1880 weigh, that would be good to know as another data point.

Do you think the 621 is only 110 lbs heavier than the 1880, how would they be so close?

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Fisher,
When you get your rigs weight, let us all know. Other's would like the same information.
REW, thanks again.

do you know why a 621 would only be 110 lbs heavier than a 1880? 3 feet longer but only 110lbs heavier sounds strange.

Before you reply to weigh both of them, just want to let you know I don't have a 621 nor do I know anyone that does.
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Old Yesterday, 11:03 AM
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Fisher,
Fiberglass layup differences.
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Fisher

If you want a definite and accurate answer run your rig across a scale.

If you want an answer that's quick and easy take Wally Warrior's advice.

Jack
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Fisher

If you want a definite and accurate answer run your rig across a scale.

If you want an answer that's quick and easy take Wally Warrior's advice.

Jack
great, have not thought of that. Thanks!
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