Most individuals are taking a " wait/see" attitude on the LI batteries as I am and obviously they are very expensive. I doubt many of the dealers are too well versed on them at this point in time as many of these folks are selling multiple products and aren't as focused on new technology detail, nor do they have the time to research these things as most folks on the forum.4ncar said:What little I know, is what the dealer says(tongue in cheek) & that the converter(on shore power) will charge a Li battery... I too had searched the sit and found only one post, sooty no reference. Why hasn't anyone else gone this direction?
I agree with tabaphile, rocking the trailer a bit back and forth with your tow vehicle will help seat the tongue properly and allow the locking latch to be pushed down completely. These are critical issues as the latch must be engaged in the down position or you risk losing the trailer while in transit. This is something most of us have encountered and this task will become easier with time, effort, knowledge and knowing exactly how the tongue deploys, seats and rests in the final position. There is also a break-in period too for this mechanism and it does operate better with use, wear and while riding on the ball.dsfdogs said:Thanks @SAM you are right, I should be able to lock it. I had previously read about silicon spray so used that liberally and success! Thank you.