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I agree with pretty much all of the above, I've used the Reese DC for 11 seasons and over 30,000 miles. The first 6 years were with a trailer with about 850 lbs of TW and I never used any lubricant on the cams. My current trailer has over 22k miles on it and has about 12-1300 lbs of TW and I use 1200 lb bars. I have found the vaseline is fairly important. I lube it up a few times per season.


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