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Old 12-28-2011, 09:14 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by RedHorse1 View Post
Thanks 110%! Like I said, I've been lurking for a bit and have read your mod posts. Good stuff!
I've wondered if one of the ends could be left folded. Another mystery solved.
We bought the 23J and plan on leaving one side folded up when not needed and bonus idea is to use the mattress on top of other mattress for more cushion

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Old 03-09-2013, 10:44 AM   #12
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Red face New member - additional hitch question

Hello everyone, new member today (3/9/13),

I pick up my 2013 X23B in a couple of weeks and I am trying to get ready for the big day. I read that the ball height should be 21" from the floor to the top of the ball - thanks I will use that.

But I have a couple of other questions
1. What size ball do I need - I currently have a 2" ball?
2. what side of the tongue do I mount the Sway Control bar - Passenger or driver side?

Thanks in advance for your help (I'm sure I'll have more questions )

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Old 03-09-2013, 08:08 PM   #13
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Welcome whowlett!

2 5/16" ball is needed. My friction sway control device is mounted on the curb (passenger) side of the tongue.

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