The Andersen Weight Distribution Hitch efficiently shifts the tow vehicle’s weight forward towards the front axle (without any lifting). Advantage: Motion-Dampening Eliminates Bounce The chains and patented motion-dampening springs resist bounce by pulling at the right-angle to the up and down movement, eliminating unnecessary bounce.
A weight distribution hitch (or weight distribution system) helps to ensure a smooth, level ride and allows you to tow at the maximum capacity allowed by your hitch. It also helps to correct tow vehicle sag, improve steering and stopping, and—when used with sway control—correct trailer sway.
The Curt TruTrack Weight Distribution System w/ Sway Control # C17501 would work well for your 2017 Keystone Outback 326RL travel trailer with a tongue weight of 1,100 lbs and dry weight of 8,700 lbs. Tongue weight is typically 10-15% of your trailer's weight, plus any weight that is behind the rear axle of your vehicle so make sure to take ...
CURT trailer weight distribution and sway control products are designed to give you a safer, smoother ride, providing the confidence to enjoy the journey from start to finish. The CURT TruTrack™ is an advanced weight distribution system that combines precise weight distribution with integrated sway control. It delivers superior control ...
CURT offers three weight distribution hitch options. The TruTrack™ combines weight distribution and sway control into one integrated unit. We also offer trunnion bar hitches and round bar hitches. Both are available as kits with a pre-torqued trailer ball and sway control unit included. How to set up a weight distribution hitch
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Jun 09, 2022 · Q: How does a weight distribution hitch work? A: The basic concept behind a weight distribution hitch is to keep the tow vehicle and the trailer level in relation to each other. This distributes the weight of the trailer evenly to all axels, which in turn creates a safer and smoother ride. Q: Is a weight distribution hitch necessary?