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Date:         Tue, 4 Apr 2000 07:20:48 -0700
Reply-To:     Garrett Adams <gadams@JPS.NET>
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From:         Garrett Adams <gadams@JPS.NET>
Subject:      Re: Front/Rear #'s - Michelin Agilis Tires
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While I prefer a slightly higher pressure in my rear tires the front of my Adventurewagen, with a full tank of fuel, is heavier than the rear. The last time I weighed in 1994 its' unloaded weight was:

Front axel = 2,388 (33 lbs. under GAWR) Rear axel = 2,120 (746 lbs. under GAWR)

And loaded for a typical trip: Left Front = 1,308 ..... Right Front = 1,212 Left Rear = 1,081 ..... Right Rear = 1,145 equaling, Front axel = 2,520 (95 lbs. over GAWR) Rear axel = 2,226 (640 lbs. under GAWR)

Garrett Adams 83.5 Adventurewagen GL Stockton, California

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