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Old 05-04-2013, 11:18 PM   #1
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Propride 3p Installed

Got my Propride 3p installed today. Looks good but before I take off on my first trip are there any points of reference to make sure it is correct? Any rules of thumb on the height of the weight distribution jacks? All hints and tips are appreciated. Towing a 2912 Salem 27RKSS behind a 2012 GMC 1/2 ton 4X4 Z71 extended cab.

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Old 05-05-2013, 12:22 PM   #2
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Quick question, I recently bought a propride hitch and am planning on installing this week. Question i have is where my camper is parked, the drive slopes slightly from front of camper to the back. It is sitting level now so the front tongue is closer to the ground and the rear bumper of camper is higher. In reference to the measurement i need to take from the ground to the coupler, should i raise my tongue jack so the camper is evenly raised? Same height to the front corner as the rear corner? Doing this would take it from level to front being higher. Or do i leave it as is.. Couldn't find anything in install manual about this. I just want to get my measurements right so its set up right the first time.
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