Originally Posted by khill243
The cowling hits on the front cross (closest to RV). It clears the back but just barely. Thanks for your input.
So, apart from loading, there would probably be contact when the dolly dips into any low spot on the road...hitch rises as the RV goes up, with dolly dropping into any road drip.
The car must be really low at the cowl.
An owner of a Mini contacted ACME about a similar issue and reported here that ACME authorized very specific cuts to be made to the front cross bar's verticle section.
I would call ACME about this specific issue for advice.
Another option is to drop the hitch to make the dolly level as possible (maybe about 14") and add a caster wheel the drop hitch like:
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