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Posted: 04/14/19 01:02pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

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I have quoted Wadcutter on other forums and people that do not understand the Federal Bridge Weight laws, still do not understand them when presented with the facts. So it is kind of a waste of time trying to enlighten internet Weight Police!

Like Marty, JIMNLIN, many others including myself have hauled commercially we understand the laws. It would be very difficult for any pickup to exceed the weight laws.

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Me Again wrote:

I have quoted Wadcutter on other forums and people that do not understand the Federal Bridge Weight laws, still do not understand them when presented with the facts. So it is kind of a waste of time trying to enlighten internet Weight Police!

Like Marty, JIMNLIN, many others including myself have hauled commercially we understand the laws. It would be very difficult for any pickup to exceed the weight laws.

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I’ve hauled commercial too until 10 years or so ago which is why I know nothing or little compared to those who never did. Which is why I spend little time here.. too many people knew too much that wasn’t true.


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