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Old 03-18-2019, 06:54 AM   #41
Join Date: Nov 2017
Location: Baton Rouge
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I think you are correct. See if you can adjust closer.
On the Equalizer you add washers normally or raise the "L" brackets. Manual on Equalizer indicated raising the "L" brackets one bolt was the same as adding one washer is I remember right.
I sold my E2 hitch and bought the Equalizer from PPL when they were running a special and it seems to feel a good bit better.
It does take a while to get used to pulling trailers. We have pulled in a lot of cross winds and through the northeast in the ice and snow till we could find a place to get off the highway, Just try to be safe.
Good Luck...Sonny

Trailer 2016 Bullet Premier 19FBPR
Truck 2001 1500 Silverado
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