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Old 02-02-2012, 06:17 PM   #29
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A couple of questions:

Two piece frame? Are you talking about the step at the axle? I assume that they are welded. This is how my 4500, and the trailers at Outback / Trillium are made.

Does the Tekonsha Prodigy install in the trailer? How do you adjust it for different weights? Can you manually activate it when your trailer starts to sway?
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Old 02-02-2012, 06:21 PM   #30
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I assume he was talking about the rear section layed ontop of the front half and welded.
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Old 02-02-2012, 08:19 PM   #31
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I assume he was talking about the rear section layed ontop of the front half and welded.
Yep!


I don't know about the Progidy but the P-3 is fully adjustable. As a side- I think the only dif between the P-3 and P-2 (besides price) is the P-3 can be set-up for hydraulic (sp), too. It was easy to install (if time isn't a premium). Driving an old vehicle means you have to run all new wires so it probably took me more time than most.
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Thanks for those pictures.

I have an older Trill and was originally going to do just a quick "tune up" to use it.

However, I have recently changed my mind and one of the first things to do is pull the frame and get it checked out. Then get a new axle installed, then fix the depression in the roof, then windows, then .............
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