I have a question regarding overwing fueling a Canadair CRJ200. Let's say I was pressure fueling and one of the wings started venting fuel on the ground. The Crew Chief determined that I had to overwing fuel the wings, and then finally the center tank.
My question is: exactly how much fuel in gallons can I load into each wing before I should move back to the other wing and start fueling? Meaning, what is safe so that there is no tipping of the aircraft after fueling one wing and then moving to the other to also save time from going back and forth more times than needed to achieve desired amounts in each wing?
Say the Right tank has 2450lbs, the Center tank has 0 and the Left tank also has 2540lbs. I have to start overwing fueling and the pilot's order was for 12,500 lbs total. How many gallons should I start fueling with in (say) the Right wing before I move back to the Left wing and then back to Right again etc.? And then then finish off the Center tank?