Originally Posted by TheSasks
Nice rig . I will suggest you redo the hitch adjustment though as that trailer is sitting quite nose high from the angle of the pic.
Originally Posted by OldCoot
TheSasks, Beautiful Rig, looks like the hitch needs to be lowered a little to get the trailer level unless you were on a slight incline as the front of the trailer is a little high.
Yup it was a little high in the initial set up but, was adjusted prior to departing from the dealership. Here's the kicker though. The other day while we were unpacking our gear into the trailer my wife found a crack in the wall inside the cabinet at the rear driver's side of the trailer. Upon inspection of the outside we found damage to the outside of the trailer as well. I know I didn't hit anything when I was backing in as there's nothing really to hit in our site. I have more than enough experience backing in since I drove truck for 7 + years. Racking my memory I think I figured out what might have happened. I stopped at a fuel/rest area on the 401 near woodstock ontario and went in to use the washroom and grab some food. I think what might have happened is a transport truck driver tried to pull into a spot next to me and clipped the back corner with his mirror as the damage is exactly at that height and then took off. It's about the only scenario I can figure happened. So much for a nice new trailer
Chris & Angel, Nathan (3) Kuma (German Shepherd) Bailey (Chocolate Lab)
2012 F150 Ecoboost with Max Tow 3.73 Rear
2013 Puma 31DBTS