Originally Posted by Mike101
I think this applies....I bought a Ram 2500 HD and its higher in the back. The trailer was so high iin front it was going to kill the rear set of tires on the trailer, so I lowerd the 5ve hitch. Now the clearence is not enough for comfort in the bed. I have not done this yet but here is the plan....I have got under trailer and got the name of the Axels, serial numbers and dates. I called Rockwood with this information. They sugested a lift kit for the Axels and will send them by courier. I then need someone to install. it seemd easy enough Blocks an bolts. Then I can raise the hitch back up for comfort level. I need to find my emails and get this ordered. I cannot remember the cost.
With my trailer having tork-flex type axles, the mounting is already marginal and, for me, It's a pia to round up enough support to hold it up. Personally, I can't, and won't pay someone else, to do what I can do myself. For safety sake with a slight driveway tilt, would need to hook up to tv, and would be out in street some and I like my truck. Lowering truck was the less of two evils.
Bob/Linda, 99 Dodge 2500 Cummins,2010 8280 Rockwood Ultra-lite 5er, PullRite Superglide-----
I'm retired......but work part time as a pain in the ass!........... USMC.