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Reese Pole-Tongue Adapter for Weight Distribution Systems - 14,000 lbs GTW, 1,400 lbs TW

Reese Pole-Tongue Adapter for Weight Distribution Systems - 14,000 lbs GTW, 1,400 lbs TW

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Keep your straight-tongue trailer in line by mounting a weight-distribution system (sold separately) to it with this pole-tongue adapter. Platform provides mounting space for the lift brackets of almost any weight-distribution system. Call 800-298-8924 to order Reese accessories and parts part number RP58393 or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all Reese products. Guaranteed Lowest Price and Fastest Shipping for Reese Pole-Tongue Adapter for Weight Distribution Systems - 14,000 lbs GTW, 1,400 lbs TW. Accessories and Parts reviews from real customers.
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Reese Accessories and Parts - RP58393

  • Weight Distribution Hitch
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  • Reese
  • Pole Tongue Adapters

Keep your straight-tongue trailer in line by mounting a weight-distribution system (sold separately) to it with this pole-tongue adapter. Platform provides mounting space for the lift brackets of almost any weight-distribution system.


Features:

  • Lets you mount a weight-distribution system on your straight-tongue trailer
    • Adapter provides mounting area for lift brackets of weight-distribution hitch
  • Works with Reese round-bar, trunnion-bar, Steadi-Flex, and SC weight-distribution systems
    • Will not work with Reese Strait-Line weight-distribution systems with dual-cam sway control
  • Includes mounting brackets and hardware
  • Finished with black powder coat


Specs:

  • Capacity:
    • When mounted on top of trailer tongue:
      • Tongue weight: 1,400 lbs
      • Gross towing weight: 14,000 lbs
    • When mounted below trailer tongue:
      • Tongue weight: 1,200 lbs
      • Gross towing weight: 12,000 lbs
  • Positioning on trailer tongue: mount approximately 29" back from hitch ball
  • Limited lifetime warranty


Note: Weight distribution systems should not be used with swing-away tongue trailers.

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58393 Reese Pole Tongue Adapter and Fastener Kit - 12,000 lbs - 14,000 lbs

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Video Transcript for Review of Reese Straight Tongue Weight Distribution Adapter - RP58393

Randy: Hey guys, it's Randy here at etrailer.com. Today, we're taking a look at a really neat product. This is going to allow you to turn a straight or pole-tongue type trailer into a trailer that we can use most every weight distribution system on. This is from Reese. This is their pole-tongue adapter for weight distribution systems. It's rated for 1,400 pounds of tongue weight, 14,000 pounds of gross trailer weight if we mount it on top of our trailer, like we've got it set now.

Tongue goes in right here. Or, for 1,200 pounds of tongue weight and 12,000 pounds of gross trailer weight if we mount it on the bottom. So this whole row assembly would be flipped over upside down.I think this is a good idea. I like the fact with those heavier boats and things like that, you'll sometimes have the sway issues, you'll sometimes have a lot of that weight pressing down. This is going to help to restore safety across the entire rig.

You won't have the pitching down in the middle. We can bring all that back up level, help surge couplers work a lot better. It's going to help your vehicle in the braking side, as far as everything being nice and level, and our weight transferred across all of our axles. Now, it's going to work, again, like most weight distribution systems, especially the ones from Reese, the round bar, trunnion bar, the SC weight distribution systems, and the STEADi-FLEX. The only one they don't recommend using it on, and you shouldn't use it on, is the straight-line weight distribution setup with the dual-cam sway controls.

That's just a little bit different sway control system and it's just not going to work on this set up.But overall, it's going to go out to, let me show you here. These brackets, this is the front side here. This is the backside here. The brackets on the back side, they're a little bit narrower than the ones on the front. These are going to go out to 4 inches, so any trailer frame with up to 4 inches.

And then our tongue is going to sit here. And then we'll go right down to this front bolt to the top of that bolt from where your tongue sits. This is 4-1/2 inches. Pull this out of here. If we rotate that, you can see that was in that upper hole right there. Both our brackets are going to have the same set of holes, and they're on one inch increments. So we can go 4-1/2, 5-1/2, 6-1/2, 7-1/2 and 8-1/2 inch frame depths.Now, if you happen to have one of the more odd sized trailers, if it doesn't fall in those parameters, you do want to ensure that you put a steel spacer in any gap that you might have here. So we don't want any room between where those bolts are and where the trailer's sitting up here. Okay. Also, you want to keep in mind that you don't want to use these with a swing-away trailer coupler. You're putting a lot of energy back onto the trailer through that tongue, and you just don't want to mess that up. I'm going to pull these brackets off right now. Of course, there's going to be four brackets, two in the front, two in the back. And we're going to take a look at some of the other measurements on it. At this point, we know what it's going to fit. Let's figure out kind of the dimension wise, what you'll be looking at, and what they'll be sitting basically on top of your trailer there.Now, this is recommended that you put this center of it, so right in the dead center of the top of this, to your coupler, to where your ball sits in your coupler at 29 inches. You can go forward and back from that a little bit. I think maximum on it, I know maximum on it, is 32 inches to center, but with most of your weight distribution systems, they're in that 27 to 29 inch range there. All right, let's bring this down, kind of get a look at the side of it. inaudible 00:04:05. This is where our weight distribution system is going to connect. The usable portion is a little bit narrower than what we see at the top. That's going to be right down here. It's going to be 7-1/4 inches wide and that's going to be 5 inches tall. It gives us a really nice connection point for most of those weight distribution systems. That shouldn't be an issue, getting them connected.From front to back, it's a little bit wider. Here, it's going to be 7-1/2 inches all the way across. At its widest point, that's going to be the back, it's going to be 23 inches. So if you measured from the center of your tongue of your trailer out each way, half of that, because you went that 11-1/2 inches, that's going to be your total overhang. At its narrowest point in the front, it's 18-3/4. I think this is going to be a really nice solution for a lot of guys with the heavier boats. You always want to feel safe as you're traveling and sometimes, with those heavier boats, getting out there to the destination, you just aren't. Working with customers with these, they really like the improvements that you get. If you spend a lot of time hauling a boat and if any time sway becomes a factor, or you've just got that pitch down, that changes the handling of your truck, it changes the wear and tear on your trailer, and it's really just not worth going through it.So I think this is a nice, easy bolt-on situation. You're going to have half inch hardware to deal with. 9/16, 3/4 inch wrench socket and a torque wrench, and you'll be good to go, you'll have it installed pretty quickly. Connect your weight distribution system to it, and then you'll be hauling right at that point. They're going to leave you very satisfied and the quality of construction is really nice on it. So that's going to wrap it up for our look at the straight tongue or pole-tongue weight distribution system.


Customer Reviews

Reese Pole-Tongue Adapter for Weight Distribution Systems - 14,000 lbs GTW, 1,400 lbs TW - RP58393

Average Customer Rating:  4.6 out of 5 stars   (8 Customer Reviews)

Keep your straight-tongue trailer in line by mounting a weight-distribution system (sold separately) to it with this pole-tongue adapter. Platform provides mounting space for the lift brackets of almost any weight-distribution system.

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Product took 3 days to arrive-nice! Fit and finish is fantastic. I would install it now, however it is -3 out and -20 with the wind chill. Nice work etrailer! This is my second order with you and I will be back 175193



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works awesome, use it for my 35 foot boat trailer. pulled it on a 1200 mile trip the first use and it was a world of difference when i hooked it up! Thanks! 474034



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So far so good. Had a shop install this add-on bracket for my boat trailer and it allowed me to install the appropriate wd hitch for my surge brake setup and pole tongue. 269344


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I really appreciate the follow up. The hitch setup has been working out really well. I am glad I went with the product and your company. Would not hesitate to do it again.
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Here are some pictures 91549



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Good 582757



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Works awesome! 241595



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This is extremely well built and the installation instructions were excellent. Thanks. 60207



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if you have a heavy pole-tongue trailer, this adapter helps with safety by letting you use a weight distribution system. 56922


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    For your pole tongue trailer, I recommend the Reese Pole-Tongue Adapter for Weight Distribution Systems # RP58393 as long as the trailer manufacturer allows weight distribution systems on the aluminum frame. I've attached the dimensions to assist so you can ensure a fit for your trailer jack. Then based on your GVWR, I recommend the Reese Steadi-Flex Weight Distribution System w/ Sway Control - Trunnion # RP66560 which will work with total loaded tongue weights between 600 and 1200 lbs....
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  • Measurements for Reese Pole Tongue Adapter # RP58393
    I spoke with my contact at Reese about pole tongue adapter # RP58393 and got some measurements for you. At the front it is 18.75 inches wide overall. At the back it is 22.98 inches wide overall. The frame height where the weight distribution brackets go is 5 inches tall. And front to back it is 7-1/2 inches long.
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