- Jul 22, 2022
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No worries. Just want to make sure folks are safe.Appreciate it, but I'm already aware of it. Due to the layout of the hitch on the trailer there is a battery box mount and propane tank in the way. So the only option would have been to cut, move and reweld one or both of the battery and propane mounts. I wasn't sure how much the wife and I would like the trailer, or like camper life overall, so we decided to deal. It wasn't a huge issue locally, but it became a problem on the road.
Again, I'm not sure how many trailers will have this issue, but at least for my trailer, there is no way it would have fit from the factory without cutting and welding. I don't know how many trailers have the same issue, which is why I recommended that OP confirm everything is done correctly.
No snark in the above response, appreciate you looking out to try and help.
I hear ya on the no other options. Trailer manus never make it easy.
When we picked up our TT the dealer insisted on installing our WDH (which I didnt purchase through them), they had all kinds of things wrong. Luckily I only had to tow home 30mins on easy roads and fixed it at the house. That thing towed horribly.
L brackets were too high
L Brackets were too close to hitch
Nothing was torqued to spec