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Old 06-01-2016, 09:27 AM   #21
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Dual battery setup

Finally got around to hooking up 2 6V deep cycle batteries:




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Old 06-01-2016, 02:29 PM   #22
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Finally got around to hooking up 2 6V deep cycle batteries:





Wow, that look good, so can you give reviews on it.
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How much clearance do you have between the bedrails and hitting the bottom of the camper? I have a 2015 ram 2500 4x4 with a curt e16 hitch (with oem Ram 5th wheel prep mount)...my hitch is all the way up and my tonneau cover rails hit the bottom of the camper on certain uneven terrain. I also have the Reese revolution and love it, but I need to get more clearance or lose the tonneau cover.
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How much clearance do you have between the bedrails and hitting the bottom of the camper? I have a 2015 ram 2500 4x4 with a curt e16 hitch (with oem Ram 5th wheel prep mount)...my hitch is all the way up and my tonneau cover rails hit the bottom of the camper on certain uneven terrain. I also have the Reese revolution and love it, but I need to get more clearance or lose the tonneau cover.
I think I'm at about 6" or more. We're hitching up on Friday so I'll get
a measurement for you.
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How much clearance do you have between the bedrails and hitting the bottom of the camper? I have a 2015 ram 2500 4x4 with a curt e16 hitch (with oem Ram 5th wheel prep mount)...my hitch is all the way up and my tonneau cover rails hit the bottom of the camper on certain uneven terrain. I also have the Reese revolution and love it, but I need to get more clearance or lose the tonneau cover.
There is exactly 6-3/4" using a B&W RVK3600 hitch on the lowest setting. Hope that helps!!!
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Thanks! I will have to measure when I hook it up next week. I don't understand why the Curt won't adjust any taller as it's made for a Ram with OEM 5th wheel prep! I don't think I have more than 5" at most.
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Thanks! I will have to measure when I hook it up next week. I don't understand why the Curt won't adjust any taller as it's made for a Ram with OEM 5th wheel prep! I don't think I have more than 5" at most.
And that is at the lowest setting on the BW which I believe is 17.5" What are the height settings on the Curt?
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In looking at the manual, my hitch is only adjustable from 13" to 17"....I must be at 17". I've hit the underside several times now with the edge of my truxedo tonneau cover rail...than goodness it's tin and not fiberglass under there as it has left some dings.
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