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Old 09-09-2012, 04:41 PM   #11
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Don't forget the Husky centerline dual cam.....snip
I wasn't aware that Husky had a "Dual Cam" design style product. I believe the Husky Center Line product is similar in design to that of the Equal-i-zer brand product, not the Reese Dual Cam.

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Don't forget the Husky centerline dual cam. I would think if your W/D hitch was properly adjusted it would have to lower the front end even if just a little. JMO
Instructions said to try and acheive the same front fender measurement or slightly down. Wd bars close to parallel to the trailer frame. Will see how she goes.
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Instructions said to try and acheive the same front fender measurement or slightly down.....snip
If by "slightly" you mean around a 1/4", this should be ok.

With your GM truck avoid having your front fender height drop below it's unhitched with the WDH engaged, doing so will compress the front suspension stops thus creating a notably hard ride and poor steering characteristics (been there, done that). The GM owner's manual also states only return to it's unhitched height.

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If by "slightly" you mean around a 1/4", this should be ok.

With your GM truck avoid having your front fender height drop below it's unhitched with the WDH engaged, doing so will compress the front suspension stops thus creating a notably hard ride and poor steering characteristics (been there, done that). The GM owner's manual also states only return to it's unhitched height.

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Should be good, measurement stayed the same on the front. Thanks
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