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Old 08-10-2012, 02:39 PM
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I liked the Multiaxis coupler that Adventure trailers makes. Had it on the trailer I had before the kimberley

http://www.adventuretrailers.com/coupler.html

With a standard trailer you have to get the hitch on the ball. The way I did it with this one and the kimberley hitch (which is similar) is i don't seperate the coupler but get the reciever started in the slot on the truck. There is more room to work with the movement of the coupler.

When I had my camper with the hitch ball, still would have to man handle the trailer a bit getting on the hitch. Still need to do a little of that here. I don't think its any worse and actually easier

You could also seperate the coupler and do it that way.
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