Originally Posted by Jagiven
Going a short distance, at low speeds. You could take them off. What I would be concerned mostly about, would be the TV’s back end squatting and the hitch assembly bottoming out and causing issues if you plant it on a LARGE immovable object like a rock and getting stuck on it. At the same time the 23B sits low, so make sure to watch the sewer system as you might damage the drain pipes, AKA “rip out the sewer system” as we call it.
Thanks! I have noticed it the couple of times I have towed it so far that the sewer drains are very low. I've been concerned about ripping it off myself. Luckily there's a piece of steel that looks like will offer a little bit of protection but it still looks very vulnerable. I wonder if they make lift kits for TVs?
In any case, I was more worried about damage to the fork or the bars in the front if it tries to angle over an incline that my truck is travelling. Looks like if my truck is bending over a hill and the TV isn't there is no-where for the torsion bars to go except into a stressful event that might break something.