Back with a couple more questions concerning proper measurements. I am getting closer to being ready to place/install the 5th wheel hitch on our Freightliner FL60.
We are removing the old service body that is currently on the truck and will be either cutting the frame rails or adding to them at the rear of the truck....whichever is best or necessary.
The two dimensions I am hoping to learn are....
1. what is the measurement from the center of the kingpin to the rear of most typical truck bumpers? I want to cut (or add) to the rear of the frame rails and add a bumper set up of some sort with a receiver
2. what is the height from the ground to the top of the typical 5th wheel plate? I am trying to determine where the hitch will be placed on the frame rails...whether we will need to shim up or install below the frame rails.
I hope my questions make sense.
This is all that it tells you but gives no forms
Complete your “RV Weight Information Sheet”
(please fill out two copies)
Your personal information
Your vehicle information, obtained from vehicle, manuals, and data
Your tire information, obtained from the sidewall of the tire
sure that your RV is in the correct configuration for weighing!
Normal passenger load
Normal load of personal property (stuff)
Full fresh water
Full fuel and propane
No gray or black water
Towed vehicle in place
If your RV is a travel trailer or 5
please bring the tow vehicle to the scale first without the trailer
attached, but with normal passenger and
equipment load, so we can record its unloaded weights. Then, hitch up
the trailer and return to the scale to complete the weighing process. If you are arriving from outside the area the
morning of your weighing appointment, you may alternately bring the to
w vehicle, with trailer attached, directly
to the scale. After the initial weighing, we will direct you to a site where you may unhitch and temporarily park
your trailer or 5
wheel to allow us to weigh the tow vehicle by itself
to complete the weighing p
Motorhomes towing vehicles 4
may weigh with the tow car attached or separate
, as vehicles on towbars
do not affect the motorhome's weight distribution (Towbars have essentially zero tongue weight).
towing trailers must arrive at
the scale with the trailer attached and loaded
to ensure accurate weight analysi
That's what the Mobley is, a new wireless phone that runs off of car (or some type of adapter). Comes with it's own phone number already installed, ready to go right out of the box. You're getting 'phone' and account at the same time. Not sure why this is so hard?