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Old 10-31-2014, 02:22 PM   #1
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Using Reese SC WD Hitch on Windjammer 2609W

When we picked up the trailer the dealer recommended the Reese SC WD Hitch because the V-front of the Windjammer didn't allow the cam style hitches to be mounted on the abbreviated A-Frame. We're pulling with a 2012 Sequoia which has a high receiver. As such the adjustable ball mount can't go low enough to have the trailer ride perfectly level - the nose is up a couple of inches. The Sequoia is level and the weight is distributed evenly (as measured at the wheel wells). Tongue weight at 10%. After about 6 hours of towing on the interstate (3 trips) I'm getting comfortable with the 6500 pounds following me down the road, with little (if any) effect from passing 18 wheelers. We just postponed a weekend trip due to 25 - 30 mph winds - (I'm not that comfortable!) So the questions: 1) Has anyone with a V-Front trailer been able to install the cam style WD/SC hitches? (If so what brand?) 2) Do 25 - 30 mph crosswinds have any more effect on the trailer than a passing 18 wheeler?

Dick & Donna
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