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Old 11-17-2020, 10:24 AM
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tedsander
 
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It has two wheels (fore and aft) on either side, not really completely separate sets of main gear. I would weight each set at the same time (fore and aft wheels on the scale at once). Maybe using a board to rest them on, just subtracting the weight of the board from the weight measured. Measure from the "datum" (the wall noted in the article) straight back (perpendicular) to the midpoint between the two wheels.

If using the board to weigh both, don't forget to put one on the other side to jack it up to the same level as the set on the scale. It's important to take the weights on all points with the plane level both front to back and side to side.