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Old 01-16-2012, 10:21 AM   #1
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Level Trailer

I know that I should tow my trailer as level as posable but in real life it doesn't really happen. I'm about 4-5 inches high on the front of my Crusader when hooked up. I know it shifts the weight some to the rear axles. There is no adjustments on my Pull Rite hitch and my pin box is all the way up. I'm wonder if there is going to be any ill effects to my trailer towing like this.

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Old 01-16-2012, 10:43 AM   #2
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Out of level by 4 -5 inches is quite a bit. You didn't mention the amount of clearance you have above the bed rails...I'm surprised that the Pull-rite hitch has no height adjustment. You have two options...raise the ride height of the camper or lower the ride height of the truck. I'm not sure with your set-up wwhich would be easier.


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