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Old 02-22-2011, 06:29 PM   #11
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We tow with an equalizer 4 point hitch and couldn't be happier. After some initial re-adjustments by our dealer on the rear bar mounts it towed even better. You are correct that the vfks has a quite heavy tongue weight so get a hitch that is heavy enough. Fine tuning to get the trailer sitting level for the load you are carrying is actually fairly simple to do yourself. Old Guys

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Old 02-23-2011, 01:57 PM   #12
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Don't have a V-lite, but I haul a 2011 831RLBSS with this:

Featured Product: Center Line

No Complaints when towing.

However, it is subject to some of the limitations on a standard "equilizer" style hitch.

IE: You need to be inline with the trailer in order to remove the weight bars, etc....but you don't need to disconnect them to reverse.

I usually line up the trailer, remove the bars and then back it in to the spot.



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