Actually, yours doesn't really look that bad. Yes, it's a bit nose high, but you can still tow it for a bit without adversely affecting anything. In our case we have a 2015 Ram 2500, which was a little higher and we were about 8 inches nose high. After maxing out all the possible adjustments (pin box, springs, axle flip, etc.) we ended up having a 4-inch sub frame added. Our trailer is now leveled and towed very well. We've just completed a 5,000 mile road trip with no issues whatsoever--even with wicked crosswind in Colorado!
After you'd towed for about 5,000 to 8,000 miles or so, you will want to upgrade your shackles, bolts and bushings to a more heavy duty ones. We went ahead and had ours upgraded when we had the sub-frame done.
Originally Posted by Kevin O.
I 'm having the same issue. Yours looks closer to being level than mine. The dealer told me because the trailer is a half ton towable it will ride nose high with a bigger truck... I never owned a fifth wheel so i didn't know any better. What do you guys think??