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Old 05-29-2024, 07:42 AM   #1
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I'm towing with a Honda Ridgeline. The trailer nose angles down about 2-3 inches when towing. The sewer fitting is only about 3 inches about the ground. I thought about flipping the axles but I think if I did that the tongue would be too high for the hitch ball but would solve the ground clearance issue. Right now I want to install an Anderson WDH to try and level it out. All the weights are within specs. Any thoughts?
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Old 06-02-2024, 09:52 AM   #2
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Whichever WDH you will use, your trailer should always be at level (horizontal). Take a look at the installation procedure before you decide which one you are going to buy. I choose the Husky Centerline for my set-up (Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk and Vista 19 ERD)
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Consider an adjustable height ball assemble that is used with a receiver hitch? It can be flipped to raise or lower ball height.
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