Originally Posted by Arefbee
What if he does them in reverse order? The second chain is usually easier to hitch up since the first takes some of the strain from the system.
Might thoughts, also.
The OP states that his friend is using 2 links on 1 side, and 3 links on the other. Some WDH manufactures require at least 5 links of chain between the snap-up bracket and the spring bars to allow for "swing". Using 2 or 3 links over time, and something may break.
Fender measurements need to be done to see if the correct weight is being distributed to the front TV axle. Just because 2 links can be done on 1 side and 3 on the opposite does not mean that the WDH is setup correctly.
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