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Old 06-15-2019, 07:02 PM   #41
moodybandit
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DRW for sure.

Had Ford F350 SRW Diesel.
Now same truck, but DRW. I purchased a Keystone Raptor 398TH. Tongue weight is 4500#.
On CAT SCALES on both trucks
Frt axle 5240#
Rear axle 8400#
Trailer axle 14,280#
Gross that's 27920#

I had to modify several things on the single wheel. It did better than expected and the Michelin tires though over loaded by 900# together never gave way.

The Duel wheel is so, so, so much better. Much safer. Easier to drive. All together we'll worth it.
When looking at new trucks the duellies are almost the same price.
Safety first. Don't risk your life or other drivers. Buy the DRW.
Good luck and enjoy.
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Old 06-16-2019, 06:44 AM   #42
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Pin weight

Our Avalanche 330re has a gross weight of much less than the Montana, and camp ready My pin weight is just over 3100. This put my rear axle weight at 6900, and the reason I have a dual rear wheel truck.
Be safe.
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