Originally Posted by 12Kids
Thank you, unfortunately, the camper is in storage, but I did measure both vehicles ground to top of tube and found the Denali is 1 inch lower than truck, so should I just adjust hitch up or down one inch?
Since the Denali is lower you would need to raise the hitch to achieve the same height as before.
Honestly I dont know if I would raise it an inch - maybe half an inch or one or two hole's higher on the shank.
the suspension between the two might be diffrent and it might sit diffrent even if it is an inch diffrence besides I would rather have the nose down more then the nose up look even though ultimetly you want it to sit level.
you can always go back later and re-adjust after you have all of your gear in the trailer since the nose will be lighter without any gear in it
If the nose is too High and If the trailer you are getting has a fresh water tank forward of the axles, you can always have them fill the tank to add extra weight until you get it home and decide how you want to adjust it.
You might get some diffrence of opinions here but if I was in your shoes I would do half and then go from there