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Old 02-08-2012, 04:33 AM   #11
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to the 'Jammer family. The EQ-4 will work well for you. It is a good idea to scale your rig after you get it loaded for camping and make adjustments and then rescale. This will help in getting the hitch setup correctly. Lots of info on the forum about how to weigh and adjust the hitch.
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Old 02-11-2012, 07:58 PM   #12
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Well...got the equalizer hitch tuned in,used 4 washers instead of the recommended 5,but this setup makes the trailer level going down the road.We have been on 2 test runs with trucks passing and a 15 to 20 MPH crosswinds and could not be happier with the results.I would recommend the eqalizer 4 pt hitch to anyone that has issues with sway in thier trailers.
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Old 02-17-2012, 05:15 PM   #13
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Peaeye ,where did you buy it? $?
I "JUST" came back from buying a WindJammer 3008 and after reading all this I'm ready to order as well. Damn dealer wanted $1200! RVW has them for $464...sound right?
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Peaeye ,where did you buy it? $?
I "JUST" came back from buying a WindJammer 3008 and after reading all this I'm ready to order as well. Damn dealer wanted $1200! RVW has them for $464...sound right?
Good price.....Go for it,they are easy to install with basic shop skills and a little country boy "riggin".
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