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Old 05-25-2016, 02:40 PM   #21
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I did notice on my 16' Eagle HT 26.5 BHS a sub frame is already installed. I think Jayco may have realized the level issue and tried to remedy it on current production. Beneath the trailer frame there is an approximate 4" piece of welded rectangular steel welded in between the trailer chassis and leaf spring hangers. This may be why mine sits mostly level from the factory with my 16' Ram
That's interesting. Do you have a pic? On mine stock it had a 1" rectangular tube between the hanger and I beam which can be seen on pg 2. Your stock 16 haso 4" instead?
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That's interesting. Do you have a pic? On mine stock it had a 1" rectangular tube between the hanger and I beam which can be seen on pg 2. Your stock 16 haso 4" instead?
Sorry I confussed myself you're right it is the 1" rectangular beam not 4". Sorry for the confusion everyone!!!
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I'm running a 2016 3500 4X4 with the RVK3600 and Reese Elite Airborne and have zero issues. Am I a little nose high? Yes, but nothing drastic. The B&W Companion is adjustable at the hitch arms as well.
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