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Old 09-05-2013, 05:22 PM   #15
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1988 32' Excella
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Originally Posted by chegard View Post
I just read Kevin's info. I found the issue of spilled cabinets and popped rivets fascinating. We just purchased a 22 FB sport We use the "equalizer hitch" (brand name) and our 2013 Expedition is a towing package with tow hall and pulls to 9800 lbs. It has air suspension. I got home yesterday after a 4 hour pull to find everthing on the floor. We have had rivets replaced already. This AS is an easy pull, but single axle. I am wondering about the hitch or is it something we live with?????
From what I've read most dealers just stock 1200lb bars and train their sales staff that the bars are good for all tongue weights up to 1200lbs so there is no reason to use lighter bars.

As many on this forum know this is wrong and for your 22' you should be using 400lb or 600lb bars.

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