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Old 07-28-2014, 04:23 PM   #11
Join Date: Sep 2013
Location: Western Penna.
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Originally Posted by keith_h View Post
I release the bars before leveling and set them after pulling off of the leveling blocks. I also release them before backing although you don't have to. I found it makes the trailer more responsive by not fighting the sway control.
Do the same also. But the site was on a curve and was the 9 inches out on the down hill side. So the down hill side bar was unloaded and the other was loaded hard. Usually try to remove the bars on even roads but this camp ground is on a small hill side, so lesson learned.

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