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Old 10-30-2014, 11:01 PM   #1
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Trailair pin box

Towing our Voltage with Silverado no lift and the trailer is nose high. Blew out 2 rear tires this summer. I have the hitch as low as it can go and the pin box is as high as it can go. I am thinking the pin box must go, any suggestions?
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Does your Voltage already have the Correct Track system installed? If not, you can add the Correct Track 2 system which raises your trailer 2". Not sure if that's enough to correct your nose high situation but it was exactly enough to correct ours.
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Does your Voltage already have the Correct Track system installed? If not, you can add the Correct Track 2 system which raises your trailer 2". Not sure if that's enough to correct your nose high situation but it was exactly enough to correct ours.
That may do it I will look into that thank you.
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Are your trailer axles below your springs (flipped)? If not, they should be.
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Old 11-17-2014, 10:54 PM   #5
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Raise the 5er and keep the TrailAir. Once your trlr is set up to tow level you will see the TrailAir working all the time to keep the shock out of trlr. We loved ours and several makers of 5th wheels will not sell one without it and if towing with a 1 ton or heavier sprung truck. The manufacturers know that the TrailAir will minimize or eliminate frame damage in their 5er's.
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Correct track 2 system on order hope to get it installed before my next trip thanks to all for your advise. I will post pictures of the install.
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