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Old 08-21-2020, 09:55 AM   #41
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All of that is very worthwhile, especially for four-season use. Don't have the resources right now to do any more but I'd like to retrofit some of that cold weather stuff when I get a chance.
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Old 08-21-2020, 04:55 PM   #42
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Speaking of the Micro Mini Series and concerning the Anderson hitches can anyone measure the vertical frame tongue width for me? Anderson has brackets for a standard 4.375 width (height") and a somewhat universal bracket for 3", 4", 5", 6" frame width/height. And another for 7", 8" widths.

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Not sure if you got your answer, I went with the universal 3-6" brackets. My hitch height from level ground (top of the ball receiver) is 26". Had to get the 8" rise for the Tacoma. I installed the bottom bolt on the bracket as close to the bottom of the frame as I could.
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Not sure if you got your answer, I went with the universal 3-6" brackets. My hitch height from level ground (top of the ball receiver) is 26". Had to get the 8" rise for the Tacoma. I installed the bottom bolt on the bracket as close to the bottom of the frame as I could.
Thanks, that helps. The 3-6" brackets are the ones I need. The ones that are 4 3/8" are for some unique specific trailer fame.

I'll probably get the 4" rise because from what I have read, the 2108DS is 22" to the BOTTOM of the ball receiver and my truck is 19" to the top opening of its receiver. If that distance is +- 4" the 4" is the correct one according to Anderson.
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