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Posted: 01/17/18 02:27pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Oh, and as a PSA, since I didn't see it mentioned in this thread, CAT Scales has two phone based apps that makes locating and executing a weigh super simple. Don't even have to get out of your truck, results show on your phone and get emailed to you as a pdf. $11 per weigh.

https://catscale.com/cat-scale-apps/

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2015 Crossroads Cruiser 33 foot 305RS

No Liquids, ready to camp

2010 F250 Diesel With 2015 Crossroads Cruiser 33 foot 305RS
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56Jeff wrote:

2015 Crossroads Cruiser 33 foot 305RS

No Liquids, ready to camp

2010 F250 Diesel With 2015 Crossroads Cruiser 33 foot 305RS
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Just 5th Wheel
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56 Jeff


that is a lot of weight on your drive axle

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^^ something is wrong with those weights... there is NO WAY he can have 9920# on the drive AND ONLY 4240# on the trailer axles..????????


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56Jeff wrote:

2015 Crossroads Cruiser 33 foot 305RS

No Liquids, ready to camp

2010 F250 Diesel With 2015 Crossroads Cruiser 33 foot 305RS
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Just 5th Wheel
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56 Jeff


Jeff, those are NOT your real weights, it appears that you were not correctly positioned on the plates, and the second weigh is the TV only, less the 5er. The weight and pin weight can be calculated from those two different weighing.


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56Jeff wrote:

2015 Crossroads Cruiser 33 foot 305RS

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2010 F250 Diesel With 2015 Crossroads Cruiser 33 foot 305RS

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Jeff, I don’t think you lined up the axles on the scales correctly. Here is a page explaining how to weigh the RV rig.

Step 2—Convenient RV Weighing on a CAT Scale


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Here are my numbers. I did weigh full of fuel and DEF but on the 2nd weigh with the trailer I had ~3 gallons less fuel since I had to go pick up the camper at the storage lot. I also moved my generator (~100lbs) to the basement from the bed of the truck. Fresh water tank was full and only had my tools and a few other items in the camper.

Numbers show 2280 pin weight and GVWR of 12760. I am over on my CCC but still under RAWR and GCVWR.
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Steer 5240
Drive 5020
Trailer 6380
Total 16640


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