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Old 08-13-2017, 04:59 AM   #11
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I somewhat agree as I noted in my original post:

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I think part of the problem comes from the fact that it's an underslung hitch which means extending the brackets too far from the frame.
That being said, Curt Mfg saw the pictures and did not find fault in the installation.
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I somewhat agree as I noted in my original post:



That being said, Curt Mfg saw the pictures and did not find fault in the installation.
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Curt saw no incorrect installation by my RV dealer either. It's in their documentation and their setup video: "If the front has settled much more than the rear, lower the L-brackets to reduce the load on the spring bars. The spring bars should be nearly horizontal when correct height is achieved."

Curt replaced my trunnion bars with new (longer) bars and L brackets last year, my L brackets are starting to bend again.
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