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Old 08-21-2010, 09:50 PM   #1
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Default 2007 189FBR Hitch Ball Height & hitch choice questions

Hello and thank you for the informative forum.

I'm picking up my (new to me) 2007 189FBR next week and would like to know how high I should set the ball on my Equalizer hitch?

If I have my TV on level ground how high should the top of the ball be?

Also, I have a 600/6000 lb Equal-i-zer hitch that came with the camper; but I already ordered a Reese dual cam 800 lb round bar system which I cannot cancel. I'm leaning on using the Resse because it stops sway before it starts as opposed to the Equalizer which controls it afterwards, either way I will be selling one of them. Any opinions on which is better?

Thanks in advance.
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Old 08-22-2010, 10:08 AM   #2
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Here is the web site for www.equalizerhitch.com
You can download the manual for your hitch there. It has detailed instructions on how to set the hitch up.
We have traveled in very windy conditions and the trailer handles extremely well. You will not be disappointed with the Equalizer.
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