I have a 1963
Globetrotter that I tow with a F350 Diesel Crew cab 4x4
Long bed. It is lifted moderately- about 4 inches. I noticed that the
rear of the truck seems to be bouncing slightly when I tow. Not
alarmingly, just a bit.
I don't have a weight distributing hitch on there because I couldn't
get a drop shank that dropped it low enough for the trailer to sit level.
Even with the regular hitch the nose of the trailer sits slightly
higher, maybe an inch or two.
It has been suggested that:
1. The truck needs shocks.
2. The trailer needs shocks.
3. There is not enough tongue weight.
What are your thoughts/ suggestions?
Where can I get shocks for a 1963
PS The trailer tires are balanced.