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Old 05-23-2015, 09:25 PM   #31
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Don't understand how you tell if the wedge is positioned correctly by looking. By physically looking at the wedge installation? Maybe you or someone has photos?

Thought you could only tell by test. When you make a turn you have to ensure the turret is doing all the turning while the Revolution/Sidewinder is staying in the stationary position due to the wedge.

Maybe you or someone can clarify.
Start by loosening the bolts, hitch up, drive the wedge forward, tighten the back bolt, unhitch, tighten the front bolt, scribe a line around the wedge or paint the wedge and the pinbox surface. Then, just periodically check by looking to see if the wedge has moved. Can just about guarantee, a stock wedge will move after towing 200 or 300 miles if there are a lot of turns involved.
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