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Old 07-15-2016, 10:11 AM   #341
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Is the trailer sitting level?
How much does the front of the truck rise from no trailer to trailer hitched with the Equalizer? (Mine's a Tundra)
You need some big torque spanners (wrenches) to set the bolts.
Search the forums to find info and also check YouTube.
My dealer did a great job on mine and it tows well.

BTW: Remember nearly all the storage in these machines is forward - much of it well forward - of the axles. When weighed my 26RR with no toys in had around 925lbs on the hitch.


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I have all the tools and know how to do it i just haven't found the time yet. the trailer sits 2 inches lower in the front than in the back so i need to bump it up a bolt hole and then re set up my torsion bars, which aren't providing enough lift anyhow because my front end lifts a good bit, haven't actually measured it.
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Old 08-11-2016, 08:28 AM   #342
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Hey guys,
New to the forum, just picked up a 27rr a few weeks ago.

I was wondering what brand/size TV you guys ended up using for the supplied mount? I have a 32" Samsung that I was planning on using, but the bracket for the supplied mount does not line up. Seems like I would need a bigger bracket.

Did yours just bolt right up? If so, what brand/size?

Thanks guys, and definitely loving the 27rr!!


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Old 08-11-2016, 09:00 AM   #343
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I have a 32 lg and works fine with supplied tv bracket. I originally bought a Samsung but the connection aimed straight out from back and there was not enough clearance for the wires. I had to look for one that the wires aimed down or to the sides. I do believe that also with the Samsung also might have had a issue with the mount not matching up. And when you put a tv there it puts it with little clearance between it and slide out
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Old 08-11-2016, 10:30 AM   #344
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I bought a adapter plate off Amazon for $9 and had to use the spacers and 90 degree plugs
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Old 08-11-2016, 10:55 AM   #345
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I bought a adapter plate off Amazon for $9 and had to use the spacers and 90 degree plugs


Good to know, didn't know hey sold adapter plates, thanks for the info!



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Old 08-11-2016, 11:12 AM   #346
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Quiketime- how does that Avalanche do with your 27RR? I only pulled mine home from the dealer which was about a 2 HR trip, but I am already thinking of moving up to a 3/4 ton. Have you taken yours out much?


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Old 08-11-2016, 02:03 PM   #347
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Good to know, didn't know hey sold adapter plates, thanks for the info!



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Works great!

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Old 08-11-2016, 04:29 PM   #348
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Yeah I had the same problem that you have after you took your time I found out the same way I take mine on trips but we have 2 Vehicles so we staggered hours every other tri
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Old 08-12-2016, 08:02 AM   #349
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Yeah I had the same problem that you have after you took your time I found out the same way I take mine on trips but we have 2 Vehicles so we staggered hours every other tri


Yeah... That's what it's looking like we're going to have to do. Planning a trip to the Badlands in Attica, and we're just going to double tow. Don't feel too bad, I'm in the same boat, lol.

On the bright side, at least there are plenty of places to ride in Michigan!



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Yes there are but we bought ours for the first annual bike week in Nashville next year.
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