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Old 07-23-2012, 08:46 PM   #1
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Hitch Height ?

Does anyone know the hitch height of a Coachman Freedom Express LTZ 191RB ?

Iím setting up a new hitch before we take it out for our first trip, my driveway is not very level, I canít get a good measurement on it. I called Coachman and the man that I talked to was not sure.


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If it is FLAT- not necessarily level, for the length of the trailer, you can adjust the tongue up or down till the frame measurement is equal at the front and rear. Measure tongue height then.
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If it is FLAT- not necessarily level, for the length of the trailer, you can adjust the tongue up or down till the frame measurement is equal at the front and rear. Measure tongue height then.
That's why I'm having a hard time with it, the ground is not flat.
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Just measure to bottom of frame at wheels and do the math with tongue mine was 23 inches.
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Just measure to bottom of frame at wheels and do the math with tongue mine was 23 inches.
Do you have the 191RB ?
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No we have 29ddss. But same method. I just bought new tow vehicle and payed attention to them setting up my first TV. My top of hitch is at the same level as the bottom of frame at wheels.
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