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Old 08-25-2014, 06:48 PM   #29
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oh my you may have just figured it out!!! i pulled this trailer with my toyota tundra and it didnt sway near as bad, and now that i think about it this dodge does want to sway or roll in the curves by itself so that could be what it is,,, il have to check into that too thanks
Hopefully that's the problem. I was running out of things to check.
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Just thinking about all this. Have one of your Buds pull your set up with his pickup, see if their is any difference in the tow. You may try raising, or lowering your the ball on your truck.
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Hopefully that's the problem. I was running out of things to check.
LOL thanks
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Just thinking about all this. Have one of your Buds pull your set up with his pickup, see if their is any difference in the tow. You may try raising, or lowering your the ball on your truck.
im probably going to have to rent a truck and try it out, i dont have any friends with a good full size truck OR a friend i would trust to pull my stuff LOL most of them do good pulling a boat by its self they think im crazy for pulling doubles
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