Originally Posted by csfaulkner
snip......The Mor-Ryde system isolates the pin from the trailer by rubber blocks which allows the trailer to surge without affecting the TV.
X2...., BIL has the Mor-Ryde on his Pinnacle and enhanced his towing quality.
I'm not a fan of seeing any hitch mounting plates/brackets/rails with "gaps"......, I would take your TV back to the RV dealer for an inspection. If they say it will not effect the functionality of the hitch, have them put it in writing. While they are inspecting the mounting plate/bracket I would have them confirm the specified torque settings (@ nuts) and/or that the bolt heads are properly seated (with you present).
For future reference, confirm that the RV dealership provided you with the hitch rail kit installation instructions.
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