Originally Posted by raspivey
Let me also suggest that you get ahold of the install directions to your hitch and really go through them. I don't know if this is your case, but a lot of people I've talked to let the dealership set them up assuming they're done right and I've seen some pretty poor jobs come from a dealership. There's no substitute for being able to tweak these things yourself when so much depends on them being right. Not only for ride comfort, but for safety.
I purchased my previous RV with the WDH (it has bars and chains) - a tornado destroyed my rv leaving me with the WDH. Anycase, when purchasing the new RV i took the old WDH incl bars etc to the dealership, they then set it up. I told the technician that i use the air suspension when RV`ing and that he needs to take that into consideration when setting it up.
a) i dont have the doucmentation/information for the WDH
b) technician didnt install/setup the WDH correctly in the first place. If i recall it was nose in the air from day one. I should have realised something was off then already.
Some of the stuff mentioned comes with years of RV`ing experience - one would look at my setup and realize immediately i have a problem, i didnt see it although it was staring me in the face. It`ll get better with though!