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  1. IronJoce
    07-01-2012 11:40 AM - permalink
    IronJoce
    What is the distance between the back of your bed to the last track? Mine is at around 27in. Loosing 200lbs would mean the hitch is way too far back, not only few inches but 4000lbs on the rear axel is only normal. Consider yourself lucky to be under 4050, I'm sure that most people pulling with Screw 5.5ft bed are overload on the rear axel, even with a 1000lbs pin weight!

    No I didn't get the Andersen hitch yet. It was very complicated/expensive to get it here in Canada. I found a used, like new, Reese 15k and I'm quite happy for now.

    Let me know

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    You have't lived until you pull doubles or triples on an icy highway.

    It ain't chile unless it makes you sweat!
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    2014
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    [I][/I2014 F150EB XLT 4X4 Scab 145 wheelbase 3.31, axle ratio, tow package. Leather, Bed cover Andersen rail mount gooseneck hitch, UltraGauge,Timbren overloads. 31ft Rockwood 8280. 8100 lbs loaded. Under 14,000 gross weight.
    It ain't Chile unless it makes you sweat.

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