January 7, 2019
I just purchased a 2018 Retro 177se and I’m getting it all set up for our first weekend.
I bought the Husky Centerline ST weight distribution hitch with sway control and I began mocking it up for install today.
Few issues i see already
1 – The front A frame has very little spacing and I dont see how i am going to get dual 6V batteries mounted without changing alot of layout. Has anyone accomplished this with a WD hitch? I have the long battery box and without the mounts for the hitch it would work. Maybe a back to back square box and trim the propane covers?
2 – This hitch seems like it will be VERY low to the ground and I’m already have clearance issues. Is anyone else out there using this set up?
June 25, 2016
These trailers come extremely low to the ground from the factory (cosmetic reason). I had to install a custom 3″ lift just to get out of my driveway without dragging on the ground. Most weight distribution hitches hang below the tongue causing more clearance issues. I would look into getting a custom lift put on your trailer. It was the best mod I’ve done so far.
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