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Old 03-12-2016, 12:27 AM   #31
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I have to agree with theBrakeman, the L brackets tend to creep and to to seek full contact with square trunnion bars when they are not parallel to frame of tt when loaded they will then tilt also. sounds like he has handle on it. Hard to picture but if hitch is lowered on shank would that correct contact. L brackets are easier to adjust first, I have used a small square on them to check alignment
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Old 03-12-2016, 08:16 AM   #32
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I have to agree with theBrakeman, the L brackets tend to creep and to to seek full contact with square trunnion bars when they are not parallel to frame of tt when loaded they will then tilt also. sounds like he has handle on it. Hard to picture but if hitch is lowered on shank would that correct contact. L brackets are easier to adjust first, I have used a small square on them to check alignment
If your L brackets are creeping you need to fix that by adding a shim Here is a picture I got directly from the manufacturer indicating how to prevent the creep.
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