#158904  by BUSRSQ
 Mon Feb 17, 2020 5:24 am
I would not go on anything in carjam
All it takes is a slip of the finger and all information is incorrect
what is on the Loading Cert is the only information deemed correct
 #158905  by BUSRSQ
 Mon Feb 17, 2020 5:28 am
You could remove the towbar BUT it will need to be recerted with no towbar( when going for a COF they will be looking for one )
rear spring wont weigh to much and will give you extra height and stabilty both are a good thing
other then that just watch what you carry
run less water
dump grey As soon as you can
 #158911  by donu
 Mon Feb 17, 2020 8:39 am
perhaps you could look at moving some of that weight, by my calc's you look to be ending up approx 50 to 75 kg over GVM,
have you thought of using a "small" trailer, set up to be secure, things like the tools and BBQ, fishing gear etc along with spare water could be moved to that. :?: :?: it would even give you space to carry more beer :TU
 #158949  by petercw
 Tue Feb 18, 2020 8:40 pm
I think the sensible thing to do is load it up and go weight it. Then remove what I can to get it respectable.. The extra springs are definitely good and the tow bar is good protection from the rear. Sorry no won't tow a trailer I put that in the too hard basket now having had boats and trailers, I'm done with those.
Thanks all for you good advice.
Cheers
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