I had a bit of an obstruction as well...Flagstaff mounts a ser# plate right over the 32" mark. I ended up taking a rat tail file to the drivers side mounting bracket bottom hole and extending it down about 1/4 ". Mounted fine after that. Get out your torque wrench and follow instructions.
My TT tongue height was 21". Because my Dodge 2500 is high, I had to use an aftermarket shank that I already owned for my old trailer. Worked fine as I needed a full 2 1/2" drop. I used 5 washers in the head, and placed the L brackets in the middle holes.
When hitched up, the front end height was identical to unloaded, and back end only down 1/2".
Just completed two eight hour pulls with the unit. Works FANTASTIC. I would highly recommend this hitch to anyone.
I towed the unit home originally with my 10,000 lb drawtite with 750 lb round bars and no anti sway. It was awful. Unit porpoised above 55 mph, and trailer swayed a bunch with semi traffic.
I could not believe it made so much difference. I set my cruise at 60 mph and can drive with one hand.
Harv & Deb
2015 Flagstaff 27RLWS
2010 Ram 2500 4x4 crew 5.7 Hemi, 3.73
Equalizer 1200 4 pt. Tekonsha controller