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Old 07-06-2016, 08:27 AM   #11
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SO, Did I do it right???

Mom and dad purchased a Curt 10k WDH set up. It came complete with 1 sway (friction bar) and all necessary brackets to put it together. They also bought the second friction. After reading Curts instructions, I believe I have it correct, but it took me a few trys to get there. I did not measure from the bumpers as they recomended, but I did measure from the bottom of the hitch receiver and the bottom of the plow mount on the front. The rear of the truck came down about 2 inches and the front up about 1/2 inch when the WDH is attached. I only have 3 washers in the rivet at this point, and that is only because I had to remove that many to get the end link to reach the clevis. When hooked up, The camper sits level or maybe just a little nose high (but not much at all). Also, the passenger side chain is much harder to get on than the drivers side. All links are under tension. I did test drive it once assembled and the camper pulled very nicely (much better than the trip home) but it was a very calm after noon and all back roads. We leave for our big trip this weekend with them, so hopefully dad will be happy with the set up.

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