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Old 10-08-2011, 10:10 AM   #1
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Trailer not level?

I just bought a new Dodge 3500 dually. It's much higher than my last truck so when the hitch was installed in the new truck I lowered it to the lowest position. When I'm hooked up, the 5th is about 2" high at the front. My 5th has a Reese Revolution that has no adjustment up and down. I'm thinking that I should remove the Revolution and get a regular pin box that has up and down adjustment. Am I thinking right? If so, where can I get a box like this? I wasn't able to find much on-line. Or, is there another option for this problem?
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Old 10-08-2011, 10:29 AM   #2
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Be sure there is at least 6" clearance between the bed rail and the 5er when you are done.
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Had the same problem with my 06 GMC 350. In order to keep clearance between the bed and the 5er I wound up doing what most people say not to do---I had the dealer flip my 5er axles which raised it up 4 inches' It now sits level but it is also now 13ft 4inches high. 13'6'' is the legal limit here in Pa. I did this in 2007 and have not had any problems so far.
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Be sure there is at least 6" clearance between the bed rail and the 5er when you are done.
I'm at around 6" now.
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