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Chain Hangers for Reese Weight Distribution Systems - Bolt On

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As an alternative to traditional lift brackets, these bolt-on chain hangers provide an attachment point for your weight-distribution spring bars without interfering with trailer-frame-mounted items. Call 800-298-8924 to order Reese accessories and parts part number RP58305 or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all Reese products. Guaranteed Lowest Price and Fastest Shipping for Chain Hangers for Reese Weight Distribution Systems - Bolt On. Accessories and Parts reviews from real customers.
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Reese Accessories and Parts - RP58305

  • Weight Distribution Hitch
  • Chain Hangers
  • Reese

As an alternative to traditional lift brackets, these bolt-on chain hangers provide an attachment point for your weight-distribution spring bars without interfering with trailer-frame-mounted items.


Features:

  • Chain hangers provide attachment points for weight-distribution spring bars via chain
    • Specially designed to eliminate clearance problems by attaching to the side of trailer tongue
  • Quick, bolt-on installation
    • Drilling required
  • Black powder coated steel resists corrosion
  • 2 Hangers and all necessary hardware included


Specs:

  • Tongue weight: 1,400 lbs
  • Gross towing weight: 14,000 lbs
  • Application: trailer frames no wider than 2-1/4"
  • Hanger dimensions: 5" wide x 3-5/16" tall
  • 4 Bolts are 3-1/2" long
  • 4 Shorter bolts are 1-3/4" long
  • Distance between mounting holes: 3" center to center
  • Installation tip: distance from the center of chain hangers to the center of hitch ball should measure approximately 31"
  • Limited lifetime warranty


Note: To achieve the required amount of tension for your weight-distribution system's spring bars, you will need to jack up your trailer when hooking up the weight-distribution spring bars.



58305 Reese Bolt-On Chain Hangers for Weight Distribution Hitches

Installation Details RP58305 Installation instructions


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Video of Chain Hangers for Reese Weight Distribution Systems - Bolt On

Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.




Video Transcript for Reese Weight Distribution System Chain Hangers Installation

Speaker 1: We're going to be installing Reese's chain hangers for Reese's weight distribution systems, part number RP58305. We're going to be using this with Reese's weight distribution system, part number RP67509. The bracket that comes with the kit will just sit over your frame rail, and there would be a bolt that would thread in the back side to clamp it on, so there's no drilling required. However, we're not going to be able to use this one, because it contacts our trailer body, so we can't meet the appropriate distance measurements.We're going to be installing this bracket instead. These low profile brackets will allow us to use our weight distribution system in a more restricted area, such as this. We'll be installing these at about 28 and five eighths inches from the center of our ball, back on our frame.

We're going to be going down about a quarter of an inch from the top of the frame. These are special measurements for these special brackets.We're now going to make a mark at 28 and five eighths inches from the center of the ball. Then we'll make another mark down a quarter of an inch. We'll be putting the center of our mount at the mark we made at 28 and five eighths inches. Now, we put in the top of the bracket down a quarter of an inch.

Go ahead and mark your holes now so you can drill those out. Repeat those same measurements on the other side.Before you drill any holes, you do want to take your chains, hold them up to your bracket, and make sure that they're pretty close to vertical with the center of the mark that you made. We'll now drill out a hole using a half inch drill bit and the center of the marks that we made for our holes. I'm going to go ahead and mark both holes before I drill them completely, and since this is a tube frame, we will be drilling all the way through the frame. So, through this side and then through the back side.

You do want to make sure that there's not any wire or anything on the back side. If there is, you may need to route it out of the way.We can now install our brackets. We'll take the long bolts, since we have tubular frames and we need to go through both, slide on a conical tooth washer, and slide it through the hole. Now, if you had a C-shaped frame, you would use the smaller bolts that come with your bracket kit. Make sure that the teeth in the conical tooth washer are facing inwards towards the bracket.

On the back side, put on one of these large, flat washers, followed by a lock nut. Then you'll repeat the same process on the other side.Now, tighten down your hardware using a three quarter socket and wrench. We'll now test it out and check our measurements, and see where we're at. To make it easier to install your links onto your bracket, use your jack to lift up the trailer and your vehicle while it's connected. Once you've got it lifted up, putting pressure, rising up the rear end of the vehicle, install the chain on the bracket.We're going to start with just two links and check our measurements. After you've got the chain on, slide the lock pin through, and do the same thing on the other side. And that completes our installation of Reese's chain hangers for Reese's weight distribution systems.


Customer Reviews

Chain Hangers for Reese Weight Distribution Systems - Bolt On - RP58305

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (43 Customer Reviews)

As an alternative to traditional lift brackets, these bolt-on chain hangers provide an attachment point for your weight-distribution spring bars without interfering with trailer-frame-mounted items.

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Everything went good ! Thanks 586380



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These were a great solution to my issue. My trailers's propane tank, battery box, and winch prevented me from using the mounts that came with my weight distribution hitch. Installation was straightforward and only took about a half an hour. These chain hangers are easy to use too! Very happy eTrailer customer (again!). 82123


Comments
These chain hangers are still working out great! No issues at all. I would definitely buy them again.
Todd E - 05/28/2014

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Works as expected. Easy to install after reviewing the videos. 764567



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Out standing product. A a great company to deal with as well. I highly recommend etrailer.com 760453



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The parts I ordered were a great fit for my V nose trailer. After I installed all the pieces I was able to use my load level hitch without having to cut or modify my trailer . The customer service rep. was very helpful in selecting the correct part for my application. Thanks Paul L. 494962



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Exactly what i needed! 466372



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Very easy hook-up, no problems with unit. Balances trailer weight wonderfully. Smooth, even when turning. Also dampens sway of trailer. 450516



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This product worked great for me. I had mounted a small generator on the front not making the regular flip chain connectors work. The best way to use this product is with a electric tongue jack. Connect the hitch raise the back of the truck to connect the chains then lower to put the tension on the bars. Easy as pie just make sure if you are buying a jack to get a higher rated one. Highly recommended 399082


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Still working like a champ.
Michael W - 06/26/2018

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This product will not fit up with a Curt Weight DIstribution System with Shank - Trunnion Bar (#c17345). It's hook will not accept the chain. It is too big. Fast Shipping, just wrong part suggested by etrailer expert. 378064



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The chain hangers for my new trailer appear to be great quality. They solved the problem for connecting the Reese load levelers on a pointed front enclosed trailer, which has a very short tongue. 373884


Comments
The Reese chain hangers have worked Great! Makes towing a joy!
Dean Z - 04/28/2018

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This is the first time I have ordered through etrailer.com and it will not be the last. My order came quicker then I thought and in excellent condition. The quality looks very good also. [email protected] was very helpful and professional. I highly recommend etrailer.com. 372306



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Was pleased to find the bolt on hitch brackets at etrailer. Finally a solution to the problem of adapting my equalizer hitch to two different trailers. Install looks to be straightforward. 372405



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This company has it all together. Excellent customer support especially when a problem arrived. Kathy in customer support ran the extra yards to solve my problem and my problem was very complicated. Everyone I visited with was top notch. Mike Slater 363883



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works perfectly, could not be happier with quality, service and delivery. 346908



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Solid build, should be the perfect solution for a WD hitch which the trailer has the body over the beams where the brackets would go 343358



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Great customer service correct product delivered 343192



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works Great 311313



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They were very helpful and efficient and eager to help. Would buy from them again. 304363



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This hook operates as expected. No issues installing if what you're installing it to is appropriate. Comes with long and short screws, so it works on hollow beams and C channel frame members at the front of your trailer. Can't comment on the durability of the finish, as I keep installing these on rental campers and never see them again! Well, we all know Reese and the hitch industry overall has significant corrosion issues they just seem to ignore over the decades - their process isn't up to par in my book. That said, the finish seems thick enough and the steel is so thick that rust in this case will be only an optical issue. I like the fact that they are delivered with nylock nuts. I spray the drilled holes (both sides) with aerosol grease before a bolt everything up, to prevent rust on the frame once THAT finish is broken open. Then I hit the fasteners too, to prevent rust. I'm a repeat purchaser, and from experience believe strongly in weight distribution hitches even on small travel trailers, it's just SO much more stable. 277408



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Kept up to date on when item was placed and shipped and showed up in a few days very happy and pleased. 269942



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Excellent product. Great site, always a pleasure to deal with. Will buy again! 248691



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thanks 239572



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item as described, thank you 236057



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Service was exellent. On time delivery was great ordered it Saturday ground received wednesday. Installed Wednesday looks good. Made a difference on my truck 230487



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The product was well priced and delivery was very fast (3 days) I was unable to find any other product anywhere that would work for my setup. Every trailer store I contacted had no idea where to direct me as they knew of no product on the market that would work. I have a V-Cross 32FKDS. Because of the V nose I am unable to use the traditional load level system. the V extends all the way to the trailer jack. I bought the trailer new and had it delivered to a seasonal lot in 2010 where it has remained. We are looking at moving to a different campground and delivery was $250-$350. For the price this seemed well worth a try. I am hoping once this product is installed it will keep the trailer and my 3/4 ton level for towing. 219298


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