Originally Posted by OldCoot
Have never been able to move it even after the 2 engineers worked on it at Goshen. One of the engineers was well over 200# and he could bump it with his shoulder and move it, but neither the other engineer or I could budge it. Doesn't bother me as at least it stays put but will move if I don't get lined up just right.
OC...thatt's just bizzare!
When we got our unit last year the techs worked and worked on the hitch and just COULD NOT get the reese to function correctly. We nneded to get home so they blocked it and we towed and turned at the KingPin.
While we were parking the rig, we needed to make a sharp turn and we damn near bumped the front of the rig into the back corner of the truck cab (DW was screaming to stop and when I did we were *just* touching RV to truck
After a week of fuming, I got on the forums and printed out the info that you had provided about the wedge, and wrote a somewhat scathing email to Reese and Copied Dandy RV as well.
Before Reese could answer, Dandy RV called me personally and assured me they would get to the bottom of this. Two weeks later (it was over Christmas so I understand!
) We went to Dandy, dropped off the unit and a team of 3 tech descended on our rig - they shooed us off to the local BBQ joint for lunch and when we got back our hitch was ready
Swings 90 deg left and right...not a loose swing OC...but a 6 year old could move it.
I am real confuzzeled why yours does not move as well