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Old 04-13-2016, 04:20 PM   #1
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Outside rear storage compartment

In a 2015 36RL, does anyone know how much weight you can safely stow in the rear storage area? Thinking about storing 100-200 lbs. of seldom used tools.
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If I remember correctly I think Titan Guy removed the plastic tub which gave him more room for tools. He had pics on here of his upgrade. I would look under there to see where it is supported before putting to much weight in there. I carry about 100 lbs worth in mine
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Was told by the Redwood rep at the Fort Myers ,Fl show the rated weight was 300lbs. Also the hitch is rated at 300. The reason is i have a "tule" cargo box I want to use in the receiver. And by putting 600 total in the rear that should remove a bit off the pin.
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Was told by the Redwood rep at the Fort Myers ,Fl show the rated weight was 300lbs. Also the hitch is rated at 300. The reason is i have a "tule" cargo box I want to use in the receiver. And by putting 600 total in the rear that should remove a bit off the pin.
Thanks. Sounds like no problem putting 200 lbs. of tools.
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Thanks. Sounds like no problem putting 200 lbs. of tools.
Man Roger, do you do work on the side?? 200# of tools, I'd like to hang out with you. I'd take my Sliding compound chop saw if I could.....
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I checked with Redwood before storing brake parts in there. They said 250 lbs would be no problem.
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