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Old 05-23-2016, 10:19 AM   #57
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As I said on one thread or another, what I did was mark the height of the top of the pyramid on the stinger from the ground with a piece of tape on the same wrench used to latch up. When it is time to unhitch, I use the trailer jack to position the stinger at that height and it slips right out, but only if the wd bars are completely loose. The jacks are not all the way down, but usually an inch or two from down.


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