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Old 06-09-2005, 06:52 PM   #1
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Hey Fat Dog, I noticed in the pics of your sweet new LE that you have a short bed P/U, and the nose of your new rig is quite a ways away from your cab. Did you up grade the pin box, or is that the new standard for us guys with short beds?
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Hey Fat Dog, I noticed in the pics of your sweet new LE that you have a short bed P/U, and the nose of your new rig is quite a ways away from your cab. Did you up grade the pin box, or is that the new standard for us guys with short beds?
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Welcome to iRV2 and in particular welcome alos to ToyLand !! Great to see you.!

I have had a Husky 16K slider hitch for a handful of years and it works great for a shortbed. But Yes, WW has a more extended pin box with the '06 that I have now then they did with the same model three years ago. Good for us! I never had any problems with the older positioning, but like this one better.
And i should probably look at that picture of my rig again, but I'll betcha that i was driving around with the slide set in the 'back' position since i was just towing the trailer a few miles from one storage area to another. It tows fine like that, although if i am putting some serious miles on it, i'll definitly have the hitch set 'forward'.

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