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Old 03-12-2013, 02:51 PM
seanbeckaroo seanbeckaroo is offline
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Originally Posted by the persuader View Post
I think you found the issue. When my parent's bought their old 33' trailer, the dealer set up the hitch. It was horribly out of whack and not even level. You need to fix your hitch set up and that should fix your problem.

I'd bet your paycheck that hitch isn't set up right! Watch a few Youtube video's how to set it up properly, and make sure your chains didn't strech on your WD if they are that kind. I had to move mine up 2 links once I learned how to properly set it.

Good Luck, keep your Ram. 6000lbs is childs play to this truck.

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