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OldSoldier
post Apr 24 2006, 10:13 AM
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I am a real newbie here. Just returned from our weekend "Shakedown Cruise." I am getting some squeeking noise from the hitch and noticed the front of the king pin in now bare of previous black color. I know some friction is to be expected just don't know how much.

I have installed a teflon friction plate so that I can avoid greasing the top of the hitch.

Am I on the right track?

Thanks in advance.


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Cheryl
post Apr 26 2006, 03:52 PM
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I didn't mean that the puppy (Hemi) attacks the little dog, you can see that he is just trying to play with her. The little dog is just afraid of EVERYTHING and Hemi is just to rough for her. He knows who is boss already... that would be me. I love the reception I get when I get home from work (sorry, I know that is a bad word), 3 dogs acting as if I am the most important thing in the universe. Where else do you find that kind of unconditional love.
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