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Old 09-30-2013, 07:37 PM   #21
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I painted all of my hitches and tongue sockets white also. Sure made it easier to spot in the convex mirror I used.
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I know your going to wonder about the white paint, it's so I can see the hitch better through my backup camera.
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I painted all of my hitches and tongue sockets white also. Sure made it easier to spot in the convex mirror I used.
Oldcoot, Glad you said that now I can show my son I haven't lost my mind.http://www.forestriverforums.com/for...s/thumbsup.gif
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Show him this. I've used something like this since 1975 when I 'borrowed' a convex mirror from the IH experimental shop in E. Moline, IL. Of course I had to repaint it to cover the red paint.
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Since I've been towing rv trailers (1975), I've never seen a left hand sway bar. Too easy to make a rh into a lh, I wouldn't really consider it as an alteration, just an assy change.
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Thanks billt01, I stand by what I said, I've never seen a LH sway bar, I didn't say they weren't made. What is the brand of this one? (I see it is eaz lift) Still see no reason to go to the trouble trying to find one when it's so easy to re-arrange the parts.
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I hear ya...

but now you've seen one...or at least a picture of one anyways

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Thanks billt01, I stand by what I said, I've never seen a LH sway bar, I didn't say they weren't made. What is the brand of this one? (I see it is eaz lift) Still see no reason to go to the trouble trying to find one when it's so easy to re-arrange the parts.
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but now you've seen one...or at least a picture of one anyways
Or at least a drawing of one. Went on Google and they list a LH, but show pictures of the RH. EazLift doesn't even show a picture of the LH on their company website. I think they must be very rare.
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