Originally Posted by UmptySquat
Have you guys ever measured dry tongue weight (loaded to camp though)?
I know it's incredibly dependent on how (and what) it's packed but I am curious.
My Tundra squats 1.5" with the Equalizer WDH. Front stays the same. Thinking of adjusting a bit...
2013 Toyota Tundra 5.7L
2015 Apex 288BHS
Your post got me thinking... I hadn't checked the Apex since loading it full... I checked my measurements today when I pulled into the campground. The Apex squats the rear about 1-1/2" w/o the Equalizer... And 1-1/4" with it. However, the front lifts about a 1/4" w/o and doesn't move back down at all with the Equalizer hooked up. That's kinda weird. It drives so well I'm leaning towards leaving well enough alone. The truck is level when pulling and I have zero issues.
Any reason you guys see to make an adjustment?
2015 Coachmen Apex 288BHS
2014 Toyota Tundra 5.7L CrewMax
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