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Old 06-14-2011, 09:33 PM   #1
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I know this qustion Ben ask before but I have a lifted drw I think it 6inch lift it has 19.5 Rims on it I bought this way but problem I have is my truck is at 38inch and 5th whell camper is at 34inch but the axle are a justable if I drop the leaf down to the bitten hole would that help camper is 08 hartland cyclone 41 foot if just qustion
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Seriously for towing that much trailer, I would loose the lift and go back to stock rims. lift = high center of gravity and now helpful to towing
larger diameter tire are usually a lower load rating and effectively give a higher axle ratio..not good for towing that much weight.

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I only going to tow this maybe 4 times a year rest sets on camp ground in pa there might be away cause these are truck Rims and fit on stock hight might remove the springs and put air bags in just so much and just trying to find the cost to min the reson I got this was right price at right time but I do understand thank you very much Matt
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Old 06-15-2011, 09:05 PM   #4
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Ok so here we go I ck the hight on sister truck factory hight is only 1.5 defrant so know I'm really lost
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