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Old 03-23-2014, 10:24 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by 09grizzly1 View Post
If the suburban sits higher off the ground than the pick up, the hitch head will have to be adjusted to different holes to accommodate the change in height. If the bars are set too tight, this may cause the back of the tow vehicle to bounce and may also take too much weight off of the rear tires which may cause some sway. From people I have talked to, the mudders have caused some sway. The camper should be as level as possible, but it doesn't need to be perfect. If you can't get the trailer perfectly level using the head adjustment and not having the bars too tight, then the nose of the trailer should be slightly lower-this will allow the trailer to track better and may reduce some sway. Hope this makes some sense.



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