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  1. BayouBiker
    I don't see anything in your description that concerns me at all. Without some weight distribution all vehicles will appear to squat because like a teeter totter the TW will lift the front and sink the rear. The scale is a nice feature and the hitch has excellent sway damping. The bars a bit stiff for your set-up so watch it while backing up and on swales and uneven side to side terrain. Apply only enough tension to level the truck. Even a half inch high on the front may be a bit easier on the trailer and will still give nearly the same firm handling. Consider paying the 12.50 for a CAT scale. Get three weighings. First with WD then release tension then drive off un hook and weigh the truck alone. You can use this to confirm you have WD correct and to validate the measured tongue weight from the hitch. Once you have the weights I can help you interpret them. Good luck, and happy camping.

    I think you have a nice set-up

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  • About PB_NB
    City
    Port Coquitlam
    State/Province
    British Columbia
    Country
    CANADA
    Gender
    male
    Trailer #1
    2019 22' Sport
    About My Tow Vehicle
    Honda Ridgeline

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Posted 05-04-2020 at 12:50 PM by PB_NB Comments 0
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Originally Posted by ohmman View Post
Very helpful, all. Thanks for the input and responses (photos are very helpful in this case!)
Hi Ohmman, I have a new 2019 Sport 22FB (6 days old off the lot).

Our Exit window detailing is really a hack job. We towed the trailer home on Wed and went into it on Sunday for the first real look around. There was water running down the wall beside the bed. I went and noticed a bunch of terrible details and the biggest one is that window and the frame do not appear symmetrical....
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