The Importance of Load Balancing When Towing

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-17 1. tsar911 commented 4 years ago

Such a misleading video...

So what do I do? Stop fingering the load once on the road or what?
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+17 2. BiMezo commented 4 years ago

#1 What are you talking about?.. It's super simple, yet informative.
You should put most heavy things closer to a car.
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+14 3. sux2bu commented 4 years ago

I have been using that video since last year to educate my drivers on the importance of proper tongue-weight when loading and transporting construction equipment on flatbed trailers..
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0 4. Thanny commented 4 years ago

I've never seen a trailer that would let you put that much weight that far behind the wheels, which are always at or near the back.
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+8 5. Judge-Jake commented 4 years ago

I hate trailers..... always spoils the film 8-)
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+3 6. thundersnow commented 4 years ago

#5 Especially trailers about trailers..:P
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0 7. buckleg08 commented 277 days ago

still very informative...8-)
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+1 8. Judge-Jake commented 276 days ago

Isn't it strange when you make a joke and then three years later have absolutely no recollection of doing so, brains are fully things. :D