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Old 03-21-2016, 11:46 AM   #1
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WDH setup

Had dealer setup Husky Centerline WDH for out trailer. Upon weighing the TV and TT, looks like I need to transfer 250 lbs. more to the steer axle. I will start by raising the L-bracket on the TT and see what this does. Understand each TV and TT are unique, but does anyone have a handle on approximately how much weight will be transferred by going up one notch on the bracket?

Will that be enough, or will I need to go up 2 notches? Any body with real world experience?

I know the scales will tell the true story....

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Old 03-21-2016, 11:55 AM   #2
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I have the same hitch and had some float in the front end when using the dealer setup. I moved up one notch and it made a significant difference in handling. While i can't say exactly how much additional weight was transferred one notch does seem to effectively transfer additional weight. I weighed it after moving the bracket up so I don't have details on how much weight one notch transferred.
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