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Old 10-14-2007, 09:52 PM
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towing with a lift

hello guys and gals. i am deciding wether to put in a 4.5 or a 6" donahoe lift but am wondering about my hitch. i am currently using a normal equilizer hitch but am wondering about after i put on a lift. what then? or is there a company that makes a drop down one with all the bars and stuff?
what is everyone using?
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Old 10-14-2007, 10:15 PM
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i beleive you can get a hitch that drops i little and still be able to use your equalizer bars but i dont no if you could pull it off with a six inch lift
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I run with over a 6" lift and use a drop hitch that is adjustable up to a 12" drop to haul a horse trailer. I know EZ-lift does about a 5' drop max. I'd stop by a trailer place or talk to someone in the truck mod business-that's where I found my hitch. Luckily I don't have any squat as long as the hitch is level.
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