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Old 03-30-2020, 08:25 AM   #1
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Advice on suspension height 2108 fbs

I would like to get input on your experience with trailer height suspension adjustment.

The dealer will soon deliver our 2108 FBS and I have the option of having them set the trailer on high or low height.

Those who have experience with the Micro Minnies that can be adjusted, could you give me your opinion on your preference, riding characteristics of either positions?

I also wonder if the trailer would be too high, considering that I am hauling with a Jeep Grand Cherokee.

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I'm on the low setting on my 2106DS, and it's just about right with my Chevy Colorado.

More important, I can still easily get in and out without deploying the step (which I will deploy when camped).

My only concern is the height of the sewage dump connection, but I don't plan on going off-road so I think it will probably be fine.
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I'm on the low setting on my 2106DS, and it's just about right with my Chevy Colorado.

More important, I can still easily get in and out without deploying the step (which I will deploy when camped).

My only concern is the height of the sewage dump connection, but I don't plan on going off-road so I think it will probably be fine.
Makes sense! Thanks
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Makes sense! Thanks
You're welcome.

BTW, by just right on my Colorado I was referring to the level of the bottom of the trailer to the bottom of the truck. If the trailer were higher then the bottom would be well above the bottom of the truck, which I'm guessing wouldn't be good for aerodynamics.

Obviously the height of the hitch can be adjusted so that the trailer is level--that wasn't what I meant.
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