> I'm aware of the simple physics argument. Simple physics does not do
>very good job of describing the interaction between modern rubber tires
>and imperfect road surfaces, among other things.
> No way, no how have any of my trucks stopped faster with a loaded
>trailer than alone.
Cool, an old fashion debate! Actually, my statement was flawed. There
are times when loaded vs unloaded takes longer. Looking at the NHTSA
chart, it seems I was wrong more than right, but not always wrong.
But many other sites agree with me...
Than you ask
>If you believe the opposite, why are racecars light?
Because they aren't competing in how fast they can stop, but how fast they
can go. 8>)
So, in the end, I was kinda wrong but that doesn't mean I'm a bad guy. 8>0