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Old 04-10-2018, 04:26 AM   #1
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Curt Q20 Pin Position?

Sorry to jump in on this post but I cannot find out how to start a new post or thread. I have a Curt Q20 which is a slider. In tow mode the king pin is located just in front of the axle. Can I position the hitch in the backing mode which puts the king pin just behind the axle and tow? What would be the pros and cons.
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Old 04-10-2018, 11:39 AM   #2
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Sorry to jump in on this post but I cannot find out how to start a new post or thread. I have a Curt Q20 which is a slider. In tow mode the king pin is located just in front of the axle. Can I position the hitch in the backing mode which puts the king pin just behind the axle and tow? What would be the pros and cons.
There may be more than one way, but you can click on Forum in the top left corner and that will bring up all the various topic specific forums. Click on the forum that best fits your question. Then you will see a button New Thread. Click on it to start a new one.

Probably get more response if you go ahead and do that as people will often not go back to a thread that has been around this long as they assume they have already seen about all there is to see on that one.
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