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Old 07-19-2016, 07:27 PM   #11
Join Date: Apr 2015
Location: Graniteville SC
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I don't have anymore simple adjustments to make- Dropping the hitch I lose my 6" rail clearance( can barely get in driveway) and the Revolution pin box is not adjustable and I already have 16" maxis tires on it. The one small trip I've taken- it pulls super. I have plenty of pin weight left so maybe I'll pack a few more items up front. All these newer 3/4 ton trucks sit high- maybe I'm fortunate to only to be 1" high in the front of the FW. ? Just so new to a FW not sure of the limits.

I really appreciate the input of all you savvy veterans !

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Old 07-19-2016, 08:06 PM   #12
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Ah, I understand better now. I don't have the revolution but I do have a sidewinder. They do tend to hang lower than a standard kingpin box. I have my hitch in the truck lowered as far as it will go and the sidewinder raised as high as it will go and I'm still an inch high in front. Add your newer truck bed being higher and I'm surprised you are only an inch high! Sounds like you are good to go. Have fun!!!!

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