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    Phil, not sure what you have there with those numbers but if it looks like the ones pictured above, I doubt you could get the tongue under 6000#. If it has the 5 load banks like mine used to have, add another 1000# to that total. I'd say moving a semi trailer with a pickup, might get you noticed.
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    I found a m750 chassis for sale. I'm unable to find specs on it. If any one has one available to measure. I'd like to know the length over fifth wheel from step up to the front. Also the king pin to front end, the frame length from step down to rear and height at step up and step down. Sorry I know it's a lot... thanks for any help
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    The M750 trailer and the M447 trailers are M295 semi-trailer chassis with different boxes mounted. It is too cold and dark outside to take pictures of either my M750 or M447 trailers. However, I did find this picture of a data plate online.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scrounger View Post
    The M750 trailer and the M447 trailers are M295 semi-trailer chassis with different boxes mounted. It is too cold and dark outside to take pictures of either my M750 or M447 trailers. However, I did find this picture of a data plate online.

    M295.jpg
    Okay great thank you that's enough info for me to know my idea will not work on
    that chassis.
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