Just Been to the Weighbridge

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  1. Forestboy

    Forestboy Funster Life Member

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    Loaded the van this morning and took it to the weighbridge before heading off next week.
    240 kgs left on the rear 120kgs left on the front.
    Thats everything in including motorbike, electric bikes, full derv, full water, full gas, plus spare bottle, booze, food, clothes etc etc.
    :):)(y)
     
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    That isn't a 3500kg model then, bit bigger .
     
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    Just a bit 5000kg :)
     
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    sounds like you are short 360KG of beer
     
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    eek...that a lot of space for handbags;)
     
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    You just know a certain person too well.:)
     
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    Did my B584 on Wednesday. Fully loaded inc. water and with two + two Whippets inside it was 85kg over. Then there's the trailer noseweight to add. It's still at 3500kg on a Maxi chassis so there's room to move up.
     
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    Still room for a few more beers and some steak and ale pies then Rory:LOL:
    Brian & Jo
     
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    Sold our Autosleeper, always worried about the payload, even though we had it uprated.
    Now, we have a much larger RV, our payload is 1600kg!
    That's a lot of beer and FB pies......
     
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    @Forestboy. Hi Rory,

    We weighed our six legger at a DVSA weighbridge on the way to Folkestone (April) and had 250kgs left on the front (2000kgs max) and 110kgs left on the rear (3000kgs max). With the beer and wine I picked up yesterday at Calais, we can knock a good few Kilos off that now. :LOL:
    There was one guy at Pidou's who loaded up one of those tall trolley cages full of wine into his ageing 3500/3850kgs MH. :eek: There was no way that he wasn't overweight.

    Obviously, we're not carrying a motorbike ;) but if need be, we can uprate on the rear axles by another 500kgs.

    You and the the "Handbag collector" have a great time away. (y)

    Cheers for now,

    Jock. :)
     
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