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Old 05-31-2014, 06:07 PM
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BTW here is a "door page" for mine. Am not so concerned about frame flex normally, the shock if the 3500 axle hits a stop is going to be a lot harder on the frame and a 2x5" beam can take a lot of shear.

What is intersting is the "slipstreamed" changes that TM seems to have made, need to verify but think there is a wheel well change that may have accompanied the 15" wheel, will provide more info after I remove one of mine.

On that line does TM use an automotive model year or calalendar, or "something else" ? If automotive then my April '06 would be considered "late production".

ps I'd put the roof AC with ducts and air handler at closer to 125 lbs than 60
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Old 05-14-2018, 07:38 PM
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Lightbulb Just for reference ... the "fattest" of all 2619 Trailers.

My "heavyweight" 2619 weighs 3040 lbs on the Scale, with WDH "pushing back" some hitch weight. That includes solar panels, air conditioner, a partly loaded fridge, real dishes, the microwave, and about 30 lbs of bedding stuff. (Zero water, empty gray and black tanks). 40 gallons of fresh water would add 340 lbs, and my usual "stuff" with clothes, dry foods, and electronic things would add 100-150 lbs more. A really long trip and "heavily packed trip" might add another 150 lbs.

Fully loaded, on the scale with the WDH cinched up, my trailer axle would weigh more than 3500 lbs. The weight of tires, wheels, and axle itself probably doesn't count towards the Dexter limit, but I'd be close. Adding another 450 lbs of people and dog inside, the static weight (in camp) is definitely above 3500 lbs. But Dexter's ratings are probably for roadways with minor potholes, and a bit more "static loading" might be OK.

Forrtunately, modern TMs are built with more capable axles - and my old 2619 was also built with a "5000 lb" axle, so I have lots of room to spare.
TM='06 2619 w/5K axle, 15" Maxxis "E" tires, swing hitch, Flex Solar Panels (360W) with EP-Solar MPPT 'BN3215' (30A maximum).
CR-1110 E-F/S fridge (compressor) and 36V auto-switching "TV-to-Trailer Power Option", using the MPPT.
150aH LiFePO4 battery, PD 4655L "WildKat" Power Converter.
TV= 2007 4Runner ("Sport" v6 w/XREAS, Prodigy, 'Robin' WDH, Dashboard Switch for 36V Trailer Power. ). Our TM Travels in the West:
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