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Hauling ????

I was wondering if my TJ could haul a D30 and C8.25 without any problems. I was told by a friend that I shouldn't, but I don't think it would hurt.

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post #2 of 4 Old 12-02-2008, 04:30 PM
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i know my HP30 i just picked up completefrom brakes to brakes weighed around 375lbs all of which are a dead weight. then add another axle on top of that and you jeep will be a squatting. but it is do able.


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you will be fine...we had a xj 44 and hp30 in my friends yj and it was fine.. ive had 4 ppl in my jeep including myself for a total of 5 and was fine and thats more then the axles weigh
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I would think that the only difficulty in hauling a couple axles would be the cargo room in a YJ (no flaming, I had a 67 CJ5, and I know about the cargo room)

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