Now - I'm curious. I just "retired" my HarborFreight WDH I got for a song 5-years ago for the 1985 Airstream Excella I no longer tow (Guest Suite) and a week ago, bought a Curt 17500 TruTrack. I now also have a WindJammer 3029. Even with it's V nose, I have never jack-knifed into the HF hitch-head and I have the exact same tongue as you welded in the identical position on the frame. I cannot imagine with a flat-nose TT how you were able to contact the hitch-head with the TT frame w/o hitting the truck corner with the trailer??? (Unless you have a 20" Shank that distances the TV from the TT)
I mean my Curt is still in the box with the packing straps intact, so,, do I open it?
This is disconcerting especially when, in the CURT video online (snip below) - they show the SAME exact! tongue as you and I have - so you would not think that they would sell an "interference" type product where frame-bending head impingement is possible. (I circled in red where it appears to be hitting if I had to guess)
I have had some "almost" obtuse angles backing into the piney woods and I don't want to have to worry about my spotter watching yet "another thing" for contact. I wish you had a photo of it hooked up and angled to where it's about to hit......