Originally Posted by sherdep
well I can say the first time the Equalizer was setup and trying to push the bars in to attach to the trailer was brutal - I have only disconnected it once and will be re-hooking it up today and will let you know how easy it to re-attach after it has been removed
taking it off was a piece of cake so I am thinking it shouldnt be too hard to put back together especially since some of the piece have been used for the first 200 mile trip amd wore off some of the paint which was the reason why it was so hard to push in. One suggestion is if you get the equalizer - get the wear pads - well worth the $20 if you get the equalizer instead of the Reese
FYI, the push bars can be a pain, there is a better way. hook the TV ball to the camper, lock it and then jack the trailer up as far as you can, as long as you are level the bars will lift and lay right on the supports with no pressure on them. Lock them in and crank the camper back down as normal and you are good to go. Reverse the process to unhitch and the bars will come off easy as well, jack the trailer up high to relieve the pressure.
BTW, if you are not level this will reduce the pressure and the push bar will be much easier to use.