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Old 05-21-2004, 02:08 PM
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The only real way to know is to do it.....

SIMPLEST WAY :
1) Have all the tools handy . ( torch or saw , a welder , jacks , and a scale for the front .)
2)weigh it ,
3)mark it,
4) lift it ,
5)cut the axels off,
6)move them back 6-10" ,
7)just set the weight back on them ,(don't weld it yet )
8)weigh it again ,
9)and move the axels again and weigh it if needed , if not ,weld it there and go boating !!

Easiest way ! I do it all the time . Just did one last night . Good luck ,Joe
Exactly, you made it sound easier than me
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Come on guys ...... All he needs to do is put a diamond plate tongue Box on and fill it with beer and Ice before each trip Problem solved

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Come on guys ...... All he needs to do is put a diamond plate tongue Box on and fill it with beer and Ice before each trip Problem solved
Yeah but then he's gonna have to add airbags
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