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Old 02-25-2014, 06:48 PM   #1
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I'm upgrading my TV from a F-250 PSD, non 4x4, to a F-350 CC SWB with 4x4. Basically the new TV is about six inches higher than the old TV.

What, if any issues can I expect to run into when installing a new sider hitch. Any info will be much appreciated.

Nothing wrong with the old F-250 PSD with 120k miles, but it's a little light for a new rig, especially in the mountains.
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Old 02-26-2014, 08:59 AM   #2
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Sounds like a nice new ride.

I know many others that have reversed the axles to go under the leaf springs to add the extra height for the trailer. Makes a little more to climb in but works well if you travel on the sand or rough roads.

My Reese 16k slider adjusts up/down 3 positions to help offset but not to your new height.

Either lower the truck or raise the trailer. Don't think lowering the truck will work too well.
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