Just ordered this item, I copied the inst. it seems there are two ways the FRAME PLATE can go on they give the measurments for the dual cam HP fwd mount hole but none for the back mount hole. which one is wright.I have the square trunnion bars. FIG 6 and FIG 8 Which one has the advantige.
asked by: Rhett D
Neither orientation has a benefit over the other. Reese gives the optional bracket placement in the event that there are any obstructions on the trailer tongue that would prohibit mounting the bracket as shown in Figure 6. The important considerations are that 1) the center point of the bolt that attaches the yoke to the frame plate be 19-3/8 inches rearward of the center point of the coupler for trunnion-style spring bars (as shown in the instructions). This measurement will remain the same regardless of which orientation you choose. 2) The orientation of the frame plate should be the same on both sides of the trailer frame.
expert reply by: Mike L
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