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Old 10-16-2016, 06:08 PM   #11
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Let me clarify when camper was level my measurement to the top of the coupling was 20 inches when I lowered my hitch all the way down the top of my ball was 22 inches that gave me 1 inch more than I needed according to the instructions after I put it on the truck to see how it would be the camper was only 2.1 inches over the whole 35 foot out of level .the front was only a quarter inch higher and the rear was two inches lower than my initial measurements after the Weight distribution bars were installed


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If a new shank is not in the cards give it a pull and see how it does, try dropping a link in the bars will cause the truck to squat a little but worth a try. Let us know what the final outcome is.
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