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Old 09-17-2011, 08:45 AM   #21
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Hmmmm...I installed my Reese dual cam setup myself in 08, per the instructions provided, and never needed to drill any holes at all. Maybe I missed something??? Seems to me it all works just fine, although a bit noisy on turns. Randy
Randy, everything I had read (I don't own one) says you need to drill into the frame.

I'm posting from my phone as I'm camping so I can't post the PDF, but I just read the instructions on reeseprod.com. Pages 5-6 tell how to do it. This is for the Reese dual cam high performance.
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Old 09-17-2011, 08:46 AM   #22
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Hmmmm...I installed my Reese dual cam setup myself in 08, per the instructions provided, and never needed to drill any holes at all. Maybe I missed something??? Seems to me it all works just fine, although a bit noisy on turns. Randy

How did you mount this to the tongue?
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