I have had this issue on previous RVs, but due to the weight I couldn't easily remedy with a HD caster wheel. The skid on the Forester is slightly light duty.
I read in a forum about a skid wheel available on Amazon. I replaced the skid "plate" on the MH with this wheel. I replaced the greasing bolt with a grade 5 bolt. I didn't think not greasing a wheel that only gets about 20 feet a year would be a problem
The trailer tow socket was installed such that maintenance was not possible. I cut the cable to remove the socket and also cut out the bracket to allow easy removal in the future. The cable for this socket did not possess a service loop, so the cable was also lengthened.
The hitch frame was removed, the changes made and reinstalled. I will be checking the effectiveness on the next trip. Welds are not superb, but we will find out if there is an issue, on the next dip.
I am sure someone will say " don't drive into those situations where a dip exists" That sounds good, but not always possible the way roads are thrown together.https://www.forestriverforums.com/fo...es/trink39.gif