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Old 01-26-2022, 02:16 PM   #15
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I used to tow it with a Tahoe and that needed the WDH for sure, but I needed a truck for other things and assuming I'd upgrade the trailer in a couple years, bought this DMax.

I don't even notice the trailer is back there other than the MPG change because its not a very aerodynamic design. Its under 5k dry. I know they are designed to squat some and I like how things are other than having to worry about the jack being maxed out if I can't use blocks.

I only use the WDH bars on longer trips to keep the bounce down. Without the bars, the truck looks the same with the setup I have now. I could pivot the head more and get some more load into the bars but it rides wonderful right now.
Looks good to me. If it rides fine and you have no sway issues just leave it.
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Old 01-27-2022, 07:44 AM   #16
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Changing one thing to fix a different issue does not make sense to me. I had a similar problem and found an old jack stand with a round post. The light weight sheet metal ones, not the newer cast style. Anyway, the trailer jack fit perfectly in the base of the jack stand. Took off the foot, drilled a hole and now I have a wider base for the trailer jack and it doesn't have to extend as much, making it more stable.
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