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How does one figure length in trailer definition?

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If you have done save editing on trailers then you have probably seen and changed the trailer definition. Whether that is adding states or changing the weight limit on a trailer.But what has troubled me is how would i go about making a double b double not be glitching when sitting still? I have mass rations on it copied from other trailer so it has the mass_ratio from a 28ft trailer for the 26ft B trailer and a 45ft from a 45ft and dolly etc. However i can not understand what to set the length which is below the mass ratios to. here are lengths from various trailers 

53ft reefer   length: &41813c36

double 45   length: &41e535a8

28ft   length: &41088ce7

45ft  length: &415b74bc

triple 28ft   length: &41e535a8 note that if you see mass ratios from a rm double its different.

I went to scs wiki to try to find some answers https://modding.scssoft.com/wiki/Documentation/Engine/Units/trailer_def 

In the section for trailer length it states "The length of the trailer combination in meters." I tried to make sense of a 28ft trailer do i convert 28ft to mm or cm? Sadly no because neither number matched to anything in its length provided from the game.sii so how would i figure a 28ftB+45ft A+2a dolly+28ft B+45ft A? I can handle it well and deliver with it, except i was informed it was in the ground when i was on the side of the road. So id like to fix that issue because someone that i have seen ran a trailer set of 4 28ft B trailers and a 53ft being the 5th trailer can sit in phoenix and not have it glitching then i gotta learn what did i get wrong?

This is the trailer definition of the trailer that i had at the time.

 

 trailer: ""
 gross_trailer_weight_limit: 515000
 chassis_mass: &464b6933
 body_mass: 0
 axles: 12
 volume: &42bf3333
 body_type: refrigerated
 chain_type: tpdouble
 country_validity: 7
 country_validity[0]: arizona
 country_validity[1]: nevada
 country_validity[2]: new_mexico
 country_validity[3]: oregon
 country_validity[4]: utah
 country_validity[5]: washington
 country_validity[6]: california
 mass_ratio: 5
 mass_ratio[0]: &3e99999a
 mass_ratio[1]: &3f19999a
 mass_ratio[2]: &3dcccccd
 mass_ratio[3]: &3e99999a
 mass_ratio[4]: &3f19999a
 length: &41e535a8
 source_name: "trailer_def.scs.box.tpdouble_1.reefer"
}

 

I do not have an image of the 5 trailer combo but if a triple 45ft works fine whens still then a quad is close but slightly longer works.

image of others that have 3x45ft picture was not taken by me. 

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and heres the 3x45ft trailer definition that i have used and seen that it does not shake or tilt i checked it when with donnytheory at a service station. When i seen that worked fine i did the same to the double b double

3x45ft info  trailer: ""
 gross_trailer_weight_limit: 51500
 chassis_mass: &46053e52
 body_mass: 0
 axles: 5
 volume: &431dcccd
 body_type: refrigerated
 chain_type: tpdouble
 country_validity: 7
 country_validity[0]: arizona
 country_validity[1]: nevada
 country_validity[2]: new_mexico
 country_validity[3]: oregon
 country_validity[4]: utah
 country_validity[5]: washington
 country_validity[6]: california
 mass_ratio: 5
 mass_ratio[0]: &3ee66666
 mass_ratio[1]: &3dcccccd
 mass_ratio[2]: &3ee66666
 mass_ratio[3]: &3dcccccd
 mass_ratio[4]: &3ee66666
 length: &41e535a8
 source_name: "trailer_def.scs.box.tpdouble.reefer"
}

 

 

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