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Old 06-02-2015, 10:48 AM   #51
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nice breakdown on that...the more weight to the front and distributed, the less bounce. i didnt think of lp tanks ect...adding to the front that much.

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Old 10-13-2015, 09:09 PM   #52
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In reading through all the great responses to your post, I noticed no one mentioned to refer to your owners manual on how to set up your TV w/ WDH. I tow a 34' Windjammer with a 2006 Lincoln Navigator utilizing an Equal-i-zer 4 point sway control (best choice for short TV w/ long TT) I have auto leveling suspension which can be shut off and should be when setting up your WDH. I went to 3 dealers for them to properly set up configuration and none of them could get it right. I'm very particular about properly setting up my TV, so I did the research, followed my owners manuals for TV and WDH. The key is to let the truck auto level to it's normal ride height. On level ground start the truck and put in drive not releasing brake for a few minutes. Put in park, get out, shut doors, and let run for ten minutes. Shut suspension system off (mine is located by fuel shut off at rear of cargo area). Proceed to take your measurements, level your trailer, and set up WDH per manual. When I got my measurements right, turn suspension back on. I took TT to the CAT scales, adjusting a little to make sure weight was right. I now have it dialed in and feel very comfortable towing. Oh, I also have a P3 for brake control which is very important. I would be glad to answer any questions you might have.
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