Originally Posted by Rolind
I would not attempt to install and set up the hitch at the dealer. I brought mine home on just a ball mounted on the receiver and did the install once I had more time and full access to my tools. The basecamp tows fine wo sway control provided the weather is good and the TV and trailer are empty. I have attaced pics of the sway bar brackets. Notice that the inboard part of the bracket is upside down. The actual propane tank interfered with placement in the usual orientation. I would strongly recommend removal of the propane cover while installing the brackets. You will need a special thin wall socket to attach the ball to the equalizer. Get one from equalizer. I tried others and they just donít fit. I didnt have a torque wrench with high enough settings for the hitch ball installation, but with a little math, a breaker bar and my body weight, was able to get the correct torque. Sorry about the sideways orientation of the pics.
Thanks! I was wondering about the propane enclosure, I do see that it looks as though you can get under to get the brackets but your recommendation is to take them off completely for the install, thanks for the tip.
the Anderson is a good $200 cheaper... but I do see there is a concern with this setup, but I have no idea if that applies to the 2021 basecamp 20 model.. Looks like the same creativity you used for the Equalizer is what folks have done with the Anderson..