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Old 05-12-2012, 12:21 AM   #1
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Jeep Liberty hitching questions

I got my nissan dialed in perfect now tried jeep. With WD shank down position the jeep only leaves 7 inches clearance under shank, thats dollar bill and 2 inches. If I flip shank up I can put in same top hole but then no bottom hole. So I am thinking about blue ox 2 inch adapter for tow vehicles only would solve my issue perfect. Any reason I can not use one of these? Rated 5000 pounds, another bonus the stupid tire is in way and this kit would push final 2 inch receiver out 4inches rearward. Trailer sits 2 1/2 inches high in front AS frame 16 1/2 rear trailer around 13inches. Between nissan and jeep, frontier receiver 2 inches higher off ground. I was thinking about top of receiver on jeep 17 is same height as trailer top coupler . Great if I was running inexpensive straight ball setup.
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