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Old 07-25-2012, 08:13 AM   #15
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I added a wire shelf to the front of my 34Y. It sits on the frame rails that extend forward of the generator. I added an aluminum angle piece across the brackets that hold the nose cap to support the forward edge. I did this to move my tool box and fluids that I carry forward of the front axle. Not a lot of weight but maybe 100# and moved some stuff around in the compartments. I will get the rig re-weighed when I get the opportunity and see how much I have impacted my rear axle.
The shelf might work for you to help load the front axle.
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