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Twin axle tips 14 years 5 months ago #1035

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Hi, just buying my first twin axle van and would be gratefull for any tips, hints, experiences good and bad, on towing/setting up etc particulaly leveling differences over a single axle.

Thanks in advance. Andy
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Twin axle tips 14 years 5 months ago #1036

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We've had two T/A 'vans. For levelling take 2 x 3' planks of timber to place under both wheels on one side to get good "West-East" levelling. Use the car to pull the van on to them. Towing's generally a dream with twins, but carefully follow loading/noseweight margins for car & 'van
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Twin axle tips 14 years 4 months ago #1037

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Thanks for that Mike. I shall see the chippys where I work and get some planks.
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