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Old 04-10-2012, 09:48 AM   #31
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snip.......We're sticking with our basic Reese 600 lb wdh and friction control arm set up. We've made arrangements for the dealer to install two six volts batteries behind the two 20 lb propane tanks. I'm adding a second spare tire to the rear bumper (paranoid)......snip
Wayne,

Congratulations on the new X19H!

I'm sure your existing 600lb rated WDH with the friction bar will work with the X19H once it's dialed in under loaded conditions..., and a trip to a CAT scale can confirm your loaded weights (tongue weight, etc.) and WDH adjustments.

I'm not familiar with the construction of the rear bumper on the X19H, but I would contact Jayco to confirm that it is rated for the additional spare tire. Just about anything mounted on the "standard" thin-wall square tube rear bumpers has a tendency to wiggle a little while in tow putting some degree of stress on the bumper assembly.

While you are waiting for the long May weekend, there is always Camp Driveway

Bob
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