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RE: 2 1/2" hitch shank

If you go with a 2 1/2 inch shank and you need the TT moved due to truck failure, you will need to find someone with a class 5 hitch. Keep the 2 inch and use the sleeve. been using mine for 2 years now with no issues.
Highway 4x4 08/17/16 12:20am Towing
RE: Going from 4x2 to 4x4

Tires can make a big difference. Even the tread pattern on same size tire. Some tires require more PSI than others to ride correctly. A truck that sits lower can also feel more stable.
Highway 4x4 07/31/16 10:09pm Towing
RE: My camper is in the river now

Congrats on the new TT. Sometimes in life, things do work out OK.
Highway 4x4 07/31/16 09:59pm Travel Trailers
RE: AAA and tow vehicle and trailer

If you have the RV membership. If the tow vehicle needs to be towid they will also tow the trailer.
Highway 4x4 07/31/16 12:49pm Towing
RE: Rear end bouncing/Equal-i-zer 4-point 10K hitch

On a washboard freeway it feels like my truck is being shook apart by the TT. When not towing the same freeway is not as bad. I would take the tire PSI up to the max cold and see if it makes a difference just to start. Is that 620 tongue weight a measured or on from the factory info. If you really need to add weight you might be able to fill a holding tank in front just to see if that helps. Then if it does add the weight.
Highway 4x4 07/25/16 01:42pm Towing
RE: New owners of Blue Ox Sway pro who previously owned Reese...

Great read. I am looking to replace my 14 year old worn EasyLift with the friction bar. I really like the simple Sway Pro as it has no pins to loose and is an easy and quick set up for the one night stops. I questioned the sway control of it but looks like it works. I tow where there is wind so that is important.
Highway 4x4 07/24/16 12:36pm Towing
RE: Trailer frame breakage

E mails and pictures to everyone you can think of with respect and requests. Follow them up with phone calls. E mail does not go away and they know it. It can also be forwarded and posted. Do not touch it till you get their answers. Be nice but let them know you want it fixed and fixed now.
Highway 4x4 07/19/16 09:00pm Travel Trailers
RE: Trailer tire running hotter and bulging?

The TPMS by TST would have told you the tire was getting hot as it has a temp read along with PSI.
Highway 4x4 07/19/16 08:49pm Towing
RE: New Truck = Bigger Receiver = Unexpected Problem

Just because the rear springs can take the weight and there is no rear sag it does not mean that the front is not getting lighter. It might not be enough to matter but it is happening.
Highway 4x4 07/19/16 08:44pm Towing
RE: Has Evergreen Closer down?

Sunnybrook, a very nice trailer was bought by Winnebago so Sunnybrook could build their TT's. Seen a 2016 Sunnybrook lately?
Highway 4x4 07/19/16 04:43pm Travel Trailers
RE: New Truck = Bigger Receiver = Unexpected Problem

Use a good WD hitch with the bars adjusted correctly. With no bars when you hit a good dip in the road you will not like the ride. If you get a 2 1/2 inch shank and someone else without a 2 1/2 inch hitch has to move your TT you are done. Keep your shank and get a sleeve.
Highway 4x4 07/19/16 04:39pm Towing
RE: Any horror stories with a Blue Ox Sway Pro, new design....

It's time for a new hitch for me. Ram 2500 and 31 ft TT, 7500 pounds with 1000 -1100 pounds TW. Looking at the BO and EQ. The BO is simple, quiet, not a lot of parts but not sure about the ability to stop sway or bounce. The EQ has pins and can make some noise and won't be as quick and easy to hook and unhook. But the EQ looks to have good sway and bounce control. The BO costs more. If the BO works great with bounce and sway then I go with that one as it is quick and simple. But don't want to regret it. Any advice from those that own them?
Highway 4x4 07/19/16 01:29pm Towing
RE: Bakersfield to Chico, California

Got to go north out of so cal soon. Last year the 5 was a washboard mess and swore I would take the 99 next. But now hear the 99 is not so good. I just want smooth south of Sacramento. Which one will keep all 4 on the ground without washboard and potholes. OK, the lesser of two evils.
Highway 4x4 06/05/16 05:17pm Roads and Routes
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