BB may need to go on a crash diet!
Our best guestimation is we have 1.200 lbs slop between fully dad gum loaded TV and TT if we get the 1950 and the Hensley and the bottomline gnat butt hairs of the 11,800 #
Talked the dear one into filling up and us tubby bugs are loading in the Tundra headed for a CAT scale.
Sayyy has anyone ever weighed at 1950 absolutely dry? We want the actual not some voodoo factory mystics.
We have figured in an estimate of the Hensley. I haven't looked it up lately. Any one know the figure off the top of your heads?
Teeeennnnnyyyyy Tinnnney baby steps to reaching MY goal which will become HIS good idea at some point. (Winking to married women out there!)
I think I better get on liquid protein diet! Nah that wouldn't work. Will need my jaws wired and mouth sewn shut. That or get knocked out cold for about 6 mo.
P.S. I refuse get snookert so he can trick me into staying in the truck after he weighs us on the scales and he gets out! Do I know him or what???? :wink: :lol: :P
Has anyone been able to...
:arrow: Has anyone been able to take the TT for a spin up to a CAT Scale before laying your money down?
:arrow: Wouldn't it be good to know what it actually weighs???
I weigh my stuff at the local moving company scales for 7 bucks. Don't know what the 'true' weight of the 1950 is, but I can tell you that the Que numbers were almost dead on. I think there was a difference of50 lbs or so IIRC.
If you look at the factory sticker(usually on the inside of one of the cabinet doors) it should state the weight of the unit when it left the factory. I find this info on any trailer that I have looked at.
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