Im pretty sure the additional axle does not increase the load rating. Besides the lift has to be mounted to the frame in a secure manner. Im gona guess its at least 700lbs of additional weight with the hydraulics. Didnt think those cars were that light... thats golf cart weight.The little smart car is 1500 lbs, those diesel pusher rigs handle that no problem. Especially a tandem rear axel rig.
Easy to do. We live and learn.I put a healthy bend in a 6" drop ball adapter in Austin this year. I was quite immobilized, thread end of the ball stuck into the asphalt, drive wheels off the pavement. The twelve foot enclosed trailer was across a travel lane. Some helpful locals had boards in their pickup beds, enough to use as shims under the leveling jacks and slide the ball hitch out of the receiver.
A local used his pickup to place my trailer where we could re hitch.
Intersection of Fagerquist and Linden, start of a great time in Lot N.
edit: result of a failed yoouie, a sign was hidden in a tree, visible only in one direction of travel.
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