I've been reading that my fiver should be "level" when hitched up for towing. How precisely level does it need to be?
I've seen some people say it should be within 1" and others who have towed with as much as 3".
I want to be safe as I read here about tire blowouts and other risks when riding high. (My truck is beefy enough to handle taking more pin weight when riding low) My dealer didn't seem to care -- they were more interested in getting adequate clearance between the trailer and the truck bed. I'll get it weighed once I hit the road, but I can still have the dealer make adjustments now if you guys recommend them.
2012 GMC 3500HD Ext Cab SRW 4x4 Duramax Diesel 6.6L V-8 Turbo
2012 Columbus Palomnio 320RS
Hitch: AirSafe Quad-airbags 25,000K with a Holland/Binkley head
Note: I don't know if my fiver has weight equalizing axles. Any Columbus Palominio 320RS owners know this?