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Old 11-08-2019, 03:27 AM   #21
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Just a couple weeks ago I had to purchase a new shank from etrailer. I had been towing my travel trailer with my Ram 2500 5.7 hemi then I purchased my new truck and since it was taller I had to lower the hitch. The back of the trailer was 5 inches lower then the front. The hitch was on the last set of holes on the shank and in two days I had a trip lined up to drive over 300 miles to Indiana to trade the trailer for a 5th wheeler. I live only 20 miles from etrailer and they had just turned the lights off but took my order and had the longer shank at 8am the next morning. I changed the shank and moved it down one set of holes and it leveled it to within an inch. I was thankful I had a socket the right size.

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