BC Cargo wrote:The key is to keep enough weight on the tongue. If there is not enough... then you run into big problems. I have to make sure when I load my ATV that I get it far enough forward in the trailer to provide enough tongue weight. With it and all the crap I take to the cabin like tools, pails of paint, 4 batteries for boats etc. I have not been able to over load it to the point that I notice it pulling down my vehicle's back end. I have a 6 x 13 V nose twin axle, pulled by a Diesel Grand Cherokee.
Personally I don't want a hitch that is going to unload my rear wheels when I am driving around a corner in the rain, mud...or snow.
Mark wrote:Thanks guys! I feel a lot better about being able to make a few adjustments and not need the hitch. One of my design goals is fast setup and takedown.
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