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You need to be careful due possibly doing 'nose high' towing. If you tow that way, you end up putting more weight on the rear set of trailer tires and less on the front ones. This could lead to premature tire failure, which could not be a fun thing while you're towing. May not happen on the first or second or third trips, but it would eventually.
Flipping the axles could be a possibility, if they're not already done. Another thing to consider, axle flipping does raise the trailer. Aside from the higher center of gravity, depending on where you are in the country, you could run into issues with overpass clearances if it sits too high.
Obviously, the decision is yours, but it's good that you're asking for info to make the best one for you. Good luck!!
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