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 Post subject: Passport stability
PostPosted: Sun Feb 07, 2021 8:49 am 
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I am an interested in a Passport 10.5 for my wife and myself. I weight 275 which is the limit for the Passport 10.5. Will this cause stability problems? I need to know as I have poor balance. Would as Passport 12 be significantly better?

Next question: If I go with the 12, can I stack the 10.5 on top so that it will fit in my truck? I need to know before I travel 2 hours to my nearest dealer.

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 Post subject: Re: Passport stability
PostPosted: Fri Mar 05, 2021 9:55 am 
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Although the capacity of the Passport 12 (400 lbs) is larger than the 10.5 (325 lbs), the seat capacity for either is still the same (275 lbs). The Passport 12 will have much better stability as well as tracking.

As far as stacking for transport, only Passports of the same length are designed to be stacked together. You could probably put something between them such as pool noodle for traveling over short distances.


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