Originally Posted by Papa-T
Well it depends on several things. Tire sizes on your vehicle might be different than on another's. Main thing is to have the trailer level. When it's hooked up on level ground measure the front of the trailer to the ground and have it as close as possible measuring the rear to the ground.
I would also add to Papa comments that the tow vehicle should also be level or very close to that. I've seen trailers being towed level with the tow vehicle dragging it's butt. Not very safe.
Do your homework. Know your gvwr, gcwr, and pin weight to ensure a safe trip.
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