Originally Posted by ewbldavis
Was your previous TT low to the ground? The Z-1 should sit a bit higher with the super slide, etc.
I have an Equalizer, and it has all kinds of height adjustment. Even with a 2500, you will want a WD hitch so regardless of brand, you should have plenty of height adjustment.
Yes my previous TT was a bit low. I flipped the axles because the plumbing was too low to get safely up my driveway and also there were two brackets hanging off the rear frame to guard the plumbing. That isn't the problem as the Z-1 sits higher. The problem I am concerned about is that the tongue of the Z-1 seems to be welded on below the box frame. That would make it a potentially problem getting in and out of the driveway. The problem is clearing the curb not getting the correct rise/drop from a ball mount.
Maybe the picture I'm looking at is an optical illusion but it sure looks like the tongue frame is not a direct extension of the box I-frame but is welded on below it. While the TT is well off the ground the coupler sits lower to the ground because the tongue is welded on below the box frame.