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Old 11-11-2014, 06:50 PM   #1
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Is that normal that the rear end is so low to ground when hooked up?

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Old 11-11-2014, 06:57 PM   #2
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Pictures would help identify your problem. Do you have any?
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Question: We just bought this rockwood roo 232 and need to get weight distribution/sway bars. Which would be the set for this RV? Sorry new to this.

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Old 11-11-2014, 07:36 PM   #5
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weight distribution

And hopefully our last question. On a side note, I cannot tell you how helpful everyone has been and we thank you.

Weight distribution on our new RV is needed we have been told. How do we know weight of weight distribution hitch to get? Also we would need sway bars also correct?

Pulling with 2008 Jeep Cherokee 4x4 8 4.7 cvl and tow package.

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Question: We just bought this rockwood roo 232 and need to get weight distribution/sway bars. Which would be the set for this RV? Sorry new to this.

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The Equalizer hitch is what I use. It has both anti sway and WD built into this one model.
Equalizer hitch - 10,000lbs - By Equal-i-zer
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And hopefully our last question. On a side note, I cannot tell you how helpful everyone has been and we thank you.

Weight distribution on our new RV is needed we have been told. How do we know weight of weight distribution hitch to get? Also we would need sway bars also correct?

Pulling with 2008 Jeep Cherokee 4x4 8 4.7 cvl and tow package.

Thank you
There is a whole slew of things to consider when you are referring to towing, there are tons of posts on here that will help you determine "rules about towing" But my previous post had a link to a 10k towing hitch. there is also a lesser weight capacity for about 100 bucks less. It all really depends on how much your trailer weighs. I don't think you can go overboard.
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