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Old 01-16-2016, 10:59 AM   #99
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I found my cheater pipe on the ground near some bushes at a campground!
Looks like galvanized steel water supply line maybe?
It does a good job on hitch head tightening.


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I found my cheater pipe on the ground near some bushes at a campground!

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That's the snap up bracket lifting bar for my Reese Dual Cam.
I left it there for future use. Put it back!
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You been to Lake Tiak O'Khata in Louisville, MS?


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So how is your Tekton holding up? Did you find the torque value for the 14" wheels?

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This has been an insightful discussion. Since starting it I have purchased a Tekton 1/2" torque wrench thru Amazon Prime for $39 and had it in hand 1 day later. I also have a better opinion of information to be found in the AS Owner's Manual. THANKS, all.
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