How does the height look to you experienced folks out there. The air bag on the truck are full and the hitch is all the way down. I am wondering if the front is too high for safety reasons. I have about two holes left on pin box. So only about three inches of downward movement. Please let me know
Looks nose high to me. Measure from the ground to the bottom of the frame at both front and back of trailer. That is about the best way to check it if the road is not exactly level. Still need a flat road to do but it won't have to be level.
2015 F-350 Platinum 6.7 PowerStroke
2017 Columbus 320RS
Andersen Ultimate Aluminum hitch
16,800 miles of RV'ing since May 2014
In my opinion it is save to tow. But I would keep the unit as light as possible and go slow. I have seen many worse that this blowing down the interstates. When you get the unit home I would lower the pin box to get this unit more level. But as others have states you need at least 6 inches between the truck bed rail and the bottom of the 5th wheel.
Chuck & Sandra
2010 F350 CC 6.4
2015 Prime Time Sanibel 3601
From the picture it appears that you have to of clearance between the rear tires on the truck and the fender you might want to readjust the air pressure on tour airbags I usually only run with 20psi in my air bags with our Crusader and have never bottled out yet on the interstate bumps and depressions driving at 65-75 mph
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Living the dream with Carol my best friend/Wife for 50+ years2011 F-250 6.2ltr 2 WD ext cab / 2015 Crusader 350 touring edition
Safe to tow, yes.
Check top of bed rail to 5er, you only need 5-6" for normal use.
If it is still nose high, check the leaf spring eyelet mounting points. If it's on the upper hole then you can drop to the second lower hole which in turn will lift the back of the 5'er making it closer to level.