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Old 04-22-2018, 07:50 PM   #1
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Timber Ridge 23DBS loaded weights

Curious what people are seeing for loaded weights of a TR 23DBS
Also what is the height to top of ball with the off road package.
I am trying to figure out what equalizer hitch I need to order

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Old 04-22-2018, 09:47 PM   #2
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Everyone is going to different as it depends on how much stuff one carries. Some people it seems even take their neighbor's kitchen sink along. Others take quite a bit less. To know for sure use a bathroom scale and weigh what you'll be taking with you. Bars...1200 pounders? Hard to say without know YOUR weights.

Can't help you with the ball height.
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I don’t have the off road package, ironic considering my handle, but mine is like 31”. They sit very high. I have 1000 pound bars and they work fine but when I had a half ton I wish I had 1200 pound bars.
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Just trying to get some average weights since we will be traveling for 5 week after we pick it up.
Off Road does yours have 16" tires? Factory told me ball height is approx 27" yet I have seen quite a range of hitch height number depending on model I would think that would be quite standard if frames are all built with similar construction
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Just trying to get some average weights since we will be traveling for 5 week after we pick it up.
Off Road does yours have 16" tires? Factory told me ball height is approx 27" yet I have seen quite a range of hitch height number depending on model I would think that would be quite standard if frames are all built with similar construction
No mine has 15 tires. I lied earlier which happens inadvertently as you age. It is sitting level in my driveway so I just went out and measured it and it is 27.5 to the bottom of the coupler. Top of ball would be a bit higher.
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