Chris C wrote:I'm on the "starting end" of this teardrop building project. One of my concerns is to not exceed the tongue weight limit for my Honda Accord, which is 100#. Has anyone built their frame and tear, stocked it "ready to roll" and then adjusted the axel forward and rearward to acheive the desired tongue weight? Is that even a feasible approach?
I'm just wondering if finding the near perfect spot after construction and welding it in that position would be a more sensible approach.
finding the proper placement actually required moving the axel so far forward it impeded the door?
Chris C wrote:.......finding the proper placement actually required moving the axel so far forward it impeded the door? :
Scott wrote:Can the tongue weight be changed by changing the length of the tongue?
Ron Dickey wrote:Now this is something I do not understand. Every where but everywhere they show the trailer being made first and at the end changing the placement of the axel and langthening the tung.
Wouldn't it be better to build the body first then you will know weight distrabution and where the trailer needs more support ?
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