Originally Posted by Steve29rlx
Do you mean your trailer is 1 inch higher in the fron than the rear? If so, I wouldn't worry about it.
Yeah, chasing 1" is silly. An extra case of beer will change that! (I am of course exaggerating to make a point. Your load will affect things... and chasing after 1" will just drive you crazy.)
A 1" difference between the front and rear means around 1/2" change at one end... because lowering one end raises the other end at the same time. And vice versa.
You also have to make sure you are on a 100% flat surface. If not, minor variations can give you your 1". The closer you get to level, that last little bit becomes futile. The next time you hitch up and measure, it will be different!
All of this is not to say run obviously high or low. Just trying to say, after a certain point, close really is good enough.
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