Originally Posted by jeeperx2
I think if I have read others posts correctly if my front was lower than unhitched it would be over my front axle weight rating??.....snip
I doubt you would be over the TV's FGAWR, but one could return more weight then what was initially removed going below the unhitched height, and also bottom out the suspension stops that I mentioned in my prior reply.
IMO when the Reese HP Dual Cam is set-up and adjusted correctly it will perform well. For effective TV/TT handling of a TT the weight and length of your Jayco you would want a loaded tongue weight equal to 13% to 15% of your loaded TT weight. The only way to confirm your weights and the adjustment of the Reese HP Dual Cam WDH is a visit to a CAT scale. This STICKY will walk you thru the process: http://www.jaycoowners.com/showthread.php?t=3871
The lower portion of the following link has some great info on adjusting a Reese HP Dual Cam: http://www.rv.net/forum/index.cfm/fu...d/17730894.cfm
If you want an extra pair of eyes on your Reese HP Dual Cam WDH set-up, feel free to post some pics (in this thread) of your loaded TV/TT hitched up and we can look to see if there is anything that stands out. Close-up pics of the WDH would be very helpful.