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|05-03-2012, 11:49 PM||#18|
truck ~n~ tow
My Rig: '00 Tacoma
Join Date: May 2005
well after throwing new tires and wheels on muh junk...
I found out that it changed life for the trailer's tongue height.
so... I tried leveling the trailer to the truck with a 5 1/4" drop hitch...
and after looking at that a bit... decided I didn't like that so much.
Sooo... I decided to invert the Max C and see where that put me.
Is fairly close... but a little tongue high still
as the trailer is slightly canted to the rear...
but I think when I'm loaded up fully... things will settle a 'Lil at the tongue.
This again is probably only temporary...
as I'm thinking about upgrading the tires on the trailer to the 7.50 MT's
^ thinking those will give me the ride height needed
to better match up to the 295 Kooks I recently mounted to muh junk.
(I'm ignoring the spring over/axle swap mods at this point)
Anyway... anyone else running their Max Coupler inverted ?
I realize it leaves the Max C a little vulnerable...
But I'll weld a tail dragger off the hitch... so that will hit first...
and maybe save the Max C from certain death.
~I'd sure feel better if that upper nut were pinned or safety wired~
'00 Taco SR5, xtrcab, V6, 5-SP, 4X, and some extras...
~n~ ...off road action photo's
Truck build --- Trailer build
Last edited by TacoDell; 10-08-2012 at 01:30 AM.
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