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TorkLift SuperHitch Everest Weight Distribution System - 30,000 lbs GTW, 3,000 lbs TW

TorkLift SuperHitch Everest Weight Distribution System - 30,000 lbs GTW, 3,000 lbs TW

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Get the most out of your TorkLift SuperHitch Magnum dual-receiver trailer hitch by adding on this heavy-duty weight distribution system. Adjustable collar-style chain brackets and hydraulic assist make setup a snap. Shank sold separately. Lowest Prices for the best weight distribution hitch from TorkLift. TorkLift SuperHitch Everest Weight Distribution System - 30,000 lbs GTW, 3,000 lbs TW part number TLWD1000 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-8924 for expert service.
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TorkLift Weight Distribution Hitch - TLWD1000

  • 1600 lbs
  • 1700 lbs
  • 1800 lbs
  • 1900 lbs
  • 2000 lbs
  • 2100 lbs
  • 2200 lbs
  • 2300 lbs
  • 2400 lbs
  • WD Only
  • TorkLift
  • Fits 2 Inch Hitch
  • Fits 2-1/2 Inch Hitch
  • Shank Not Included
  • Electric Brake Compatible
  • Surge Brake Compatible

Get the most out of your TorkLift SuperHitch Magnum dual-receiver trailer hitch by adding on this heavy-duty weight distribution system. Adjustable collar-style chain brackets and hydraulic assist make setup a snap. Shank sold separately.


Features:

  • Evenly distributes weight over axles of tow vehicle and trailer for stability and control
    • Creates a more level ride for both tow vehicle and trailer
  • Adjustable chain collars slide along spring bars for optimum placement
    • Easily position chain brackets on trailer to clear frame-mounted obstacles
    • Change amount of leverage on spring bars by moving collars in or out
  • Hydraulic assist for spring bar tensioning makes setup a snap
    • Place Z-Bar Lifter on end of spring bar and attach lifter to included bottle jack
    • Use supplied handle to operate jack, raising spring bar with virtually no manual effort
    • Attach lift chain to bracket at appropriate link
  • Sturdy, round spring bars are held in place with snap pins
    • Trunnion-like attachment style ensures greater ground clearance than standard round-bar systems
  • Chain brackets can be either clamped onto trailer frame or bolted onto frame with included hardware
  • Desired tilt is achieved with easy-to-adjust, square spacers
  • Powder coated steel resists corrosion
  • System includes head assembly, spring bars, brackets and chains, hydraulic jack with handle, and necessary hardware
    • Adjustable shank with 1" diameter bolt holes and hitch ball sold separately
  • Made in the USA


Specs:

  • Application: TorkLift SuperHitch Magnum dual-receiver trailer hitches
  • Tongue weight: 1,500 - 3,000 lbs
  • Maximum gross towing weight: 30,000 lbs
  • Hitch ball hole diameter: 1-1/4"
  • Lifetime warranty


Included w/ TLWD1000Required - Sold SeparatelyOptional Add-Ons
  • System Head
  • Chain Brackets
  • Spring Bars
  • Adjustable Shank (TLM9010 or TLM9011)
  • Hitch Ball w/ 1-1/4" Diameter Shank
  • Bar-Style Friction Sway Control

Note: The SuperHitch Everest weight distribution system can only be used with either the TLM9010 or TLM9011 adjustable shank.


Create a stable ride for your tow vehicle and trailer with a weight distribution hitch. Adding spring bars to your towing system applies leverage, which transfers the load that is pushing down on the rear of your vehicle to all the axles on both your tow vehicle and your trailer, resulting in an even distribution of weight throughout. The result is a smooth, level ride, as well as the ability to tow the maximum capacity of your hitch.


Selecting a Weight Distribution System

The tongue weight rating is the most important factor in determining which size weight distribution system you should use. If the bars of the system you choose are rated too high for your setup, they will create a rigid ride, which can result in a bouncing trailer. If, on the other hand, the bars are not rated high enough, the system will be unable to properly distribute the weight, rendering it virtually useless.


To determine the proper weight rating for a weight distribution system, you must first determine your trailer's tongue weight. Then add to that the weight of the cargo behind the rear axle of your tow vehicle. These two measurements make up the tongue weight rating for a weight distribution system.


Maximize Towing Capacity

The SuperHitch Everest weight distribution system was designed to work exclusively with your SuperHitch Magnum dual-receiver trailer hitch (sold separately). By adding this system to your SuperHitch towing setup you will maximize your towing capacity. The result is a heavy-duty system that is capable of meeting your needs for nearly any towing application.


Unique Features of the SuperHitch Everest Weight Distribution System

In addition to creating one of the highest-rated weight distribution systems on the market in terms of capacity, TorkLift also built the Everest to stand apart from the competition by offering several unique features that help make installation fast and easy.


Simple Head Adjustment

The standard method for adjusting the tilt of a weight distribution head is the pin-and-washer method. This involves piling washers - one on top of another - onto a difficult-to-access pin. TorkLift has done away with this outdated - and often frustrating - process. Instead, the Everest system uses easy-to-see, simple-to-maneuver spacers. Two spacer blocks - one for each side of the system's head - are included so that you can adjust the head to get the desired tilt for your setup.


TorkLift Everest Weight Distribution Head without Spacer

To adjust the tilt of the Everest head, first mount the head to an adjustable shank with 1" diameter bolt holes (TLM9010 or TLM9011 - sold separately). The top bolt hole on the system head is oblong, allowing for a wide range of movement.


TorkLift Everest Weight Distribution Spacer Installation

Place the spacers on either side of the head, with the upper hex bolt holding them in place. Flip and rotate the spacers as needed until the desired position is achieved. Make sure that the majority of each spacer sits between the 2 stops on the head assembly and not above the ball platform.


Adjustable Collar Brackets

The lift brackets on most weight distribution systems are static. And because the chains that attach to them are typically attached to set points on the spring bars, you don't have a lot of options in that initial positioning process.


TorkLift Everest Weight Distribution Collar Brackets

The Everest system features adjustable collars that slide along the spring bars for optimal positioning. Now you can determine where you want the lift chains to be anchored on the bars. As a result, you can manipulate the amount of leverage on the bars and you can customize the placement of the chain brackets on your trailer frame. This allows you to set up the brackets on your frame so that they will clear frame-mounted obstacles. When you've determined the proper mounting points for the chain brackets and have adjusted the collars so that the chains line up with the brackets, secure each collar to the spring bars by tightening the integrated hex bolts.


TorkLift Everest Weight Distribution Collar Spacing

Note: Each adjustable collar must be secured to the spring bar within 8" from the end of the bar.


Hydraulic-Assisted Setup

Typically when you're setting up a weight distribution system, the most frustrating part is attaching the spring bars to the brackets on the trailer. To achieve the proper amount of tension for the system, the chains suspending the bars must be taut, which means that a great deal of leverage is required to hoist the bars high enough to hook the chains at the correct link. Although a snap-up lever is usually included with standard systems so that you can get enough leverage to adequately lift the spring bars, this still requires a good amount of manual effort.


TorkLift Everest Weight Distribution Hydraulic Assist

TorkLift has taken virtually all of the effort - and the frustration - out of the setup process by including a hydraulic assist with the Everest weight distribution system. This simple solution for raising spring bars involves using the included bottle jack. Just insert the end of a spring bar into the specially designed Z-Bar Lifter that sits on top of the jack and then operate the jack with the included handle.


TorkLift Everest Weight Distribution Proper Chain Tension

Once the bar is raised to the desired height, slip the proper chain link between the tabs on the chain bracket and install a clevis pin to secure the chain to the bracket. Repeat the process for the spring bar on the other side of the system and you're good to tow.



WD1000 Tork Lift Super Hitch Everest Weight Distribution Hitch






Customer Reviews

TorkLift SuperHitch Everest Weight Distribution System - 30,000 lbs GTW, 3,000 lbs TW - TLWD1000

Average Customer Rating:  4.5 out of 5 stars   (2 Customer Reviews)

Get the most out of your TorkLift SuperHitch Magnum dual-receiver trailer hitch by adding on this heavy-duty weight distribution system. Adjustable collar-style chain brackets and hydraulic assist make setup a snap. Shank sold separately.

- TLWD1000
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This seemed like a great hitch system but the weight of it is extreme and the additional components of it also make it super heavy 589970



- TLWD1000
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All my trailers are work-pigs as are the trucks which tow them. Even though we don't abuse our equipment, if there's a breaking point, we will test those limits. A salute to the manufacturer. Like a "Timex", it just keeps on ticking. We say "Thank-you" For a product that stands the test of time & real work.!! 315993


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Ask the Experts about this TorkLift Weight Distribution Hitch

  • Weight Distribution Hitch that Can Be Used with Trailer that Has 2,400 lbs Tongue Weight
    We have the Everest Weight Distribution System from Torklift part # TLWD1000 that can be used with 2,400 lbs of tongue weight like you have. The shank you'd need to use this with is the part # TLM9010 and the hitch you'd need to have installed on your 2020 Chevy Silverado 3500 is the # TL74FR. There isn't a different option out there that would work so this would be only option.
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  • Can Brackets for TorkLift SuperHitch Everest be Cut and Welded to Larger Trailer Frame
    I reached out to my contact at TorkLift and he said that the brackets for the TorkLift SuperHitch Everest Weight Distribution System # TLWD1000 measure just under 4" when it comes to width. He did say that if the brackets don't fit your trailer frame then you can indeed cut off that smaller "ear" that sits on the inside of the frame and weld the brackets on. Attached is a photo he sent me showing where the welds need to be, and they would need to be done by a professional. Please...
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  • Weight Distribution System that Can be Used with Super Truss and Camper in Truck Bed
    When picking out a weight distribution system you have to factor in also the weight of any cargo behind the rear axle of the tow vehicle as tongue weight. So considering the approximate weight from the camper added into the tongue weight of your trailer you'd be in need of our highest rated system from Torklift part # TLWD1000 which has a tongue weight range of 1,600 to 3,000 lbs. You'll also need a new shank as well with part # TLM9010.
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  • How to Figure Out the Correct Weight Distribution System
    It sounds like you have weight distribution system that is not rated correctly. In order to choose the best weight distribution system you will first need to know your total tongue weight (TTW), which is the tongue weight of your fully loaded and ready to go trailer plus the weight of any cargo behind the rear axle of your 2017 Ram 1500. The tongue weight is typically between 10% and 15% of your trailer's GVWR but you'll want to verify it by using a scale such as the Sherline # 5780...
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  • Recommended Weight Distribution for Trailer Tongue Weight of 2194 lbs.
    When you use a weight distribution system, it does not add more weight to the ball or the coupler, It disperses the weight across the frame so the trailer will handle better. This doesn't mean you can use a coupler rated for less weight than what your trailer can handle. Couplers aren't normally rated for tongue weight, so are you sure it doesn't specify 21000 lbs towing capacity versus 2100 lbs tongue weight capacity? Either way, you know your loaded tongue weight is 2194 lbs so if...
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  • Recommended Weight Distribution System For Dump Trailer With I-beam Frame
    The best way to determine what system will work for you is to know what your total tongue weight is. The total tongue weight is the tongue weight of your fully-loaded-ready-to-tow trailer added to the weight of any cargo you place behind the rear axle of the tow vehicle. You will then want to find a system where your total tongue weight falls near the middle of the tongue weight range for the system. Getting a system that is too small will be useless, but getting a system that is too big...
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  • Weight Distribution Hitch for 35-foot Toy Hauler with Tongue Weight Near 2000-lbs
    The key to selecting a properly-rated weight distribution system, one that will deliver the correction required without resulting in a jumpy or erratic ride quality, is to determine the trailer's tongue weight when it is fully loaded with all toys, equipment, supplies, etc, just as it will be when you hit the road. A system that is too soft will not deliver the weight re-distribution to your tow vehicle's front end; a system that is too stiff can result in odd handling characteristics,...
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  • High-Rise Hitch Ball to Increase Height for Motorcycle Towing Camper Trailer
    I understand your need but we do not have any 1-7/8-inch couplers with height adjustment. Such items do exist for higher-capacity 2-5/16-inch couplers. To even out the height difference between your two tow vehicles you might use a high-rise hitch ball on the bike. Curt 1-7/8-inch ball # C40032 gives you 2-inches of additional height over a standard ball.
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  • Can Friction Sway Control be Used with the Torklift Superhitch Everest Weight Distribution System
    Yes, the head of the TorkLift SuperHitch Everest Weight Distribution System # TLWD1000 has ball holes for allowing you to two friction sway control units to it if you wanted like with the Reese kit part # 83660.
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  • Weight Distribution System Recommendation for Trailer with 2,400 lbs of Tongue Weight
    We don't have a weight distribution system that's rated for 2,400 lbs of tongue weight aside from the Torklift SuperHitch part # TLWD1000 which would require you to have the Torklift hitch part # TLF1002-30 installed on your 2015 Ford F-250. You'd also need the shank part # TLM9010 as well. This would be the only solution we have for that much tongue weight.
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  • Weight Distribution System Needed for a Trailer with a Tongue Weight of 2,300 lbs.
    If the loaded tongue weight (TW) of your trailer is around 2,300 lbs then any weight distribution (WD) system that is rated for a max of 1,200 lbs TW will not be strong enough to help out at all. Check your TW to ensure that it is 10-15% of the loaded weight of your trailer. If it isn't you need to move stuff around until you achieve the 10-15% area. If it is already 10-15% of the loaded weight of your trailer then the only WD system that we have that will help is the TorkLift SuperHitch...
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  • Can Torklift Everest Weight Distribution System be Used on I-Beam Frame Trailer
    To use the Heavy Duty Torklift Weight Distribution System, # TLWD1000, or a similar system, you will need to have a steel plate 5 or 6 inches wide welded, by an experienced welder, to box the frame where the brackets will mount Before modifying the trailer frame you will need to check with the trailer manufacturer to see if this will create an unsafe condition, or void your trailer warranty. For a shank you would need the part # TLM9010. For a hitch for your 2016 Ford F-350 you...
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  • Recommended Weight Distribution System for a 15,600 GTW Car Hauler
    To determine the correct Weight Distribution (WD) system for your application you will first need to find what your Total Tongue Weight (TTW) is. Your TTW can be found by adding the Tongue Weight (TW) of your fully loaded and ready-to-tow trailer along with the weight of any cargo behind the rear axle of your tow vehicle. You will then want to pick a system that has a TW range that your TTW falls in the middle of. Keep in mind that your trailer TW should be 10-15% of your loaded trailer...
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  • Which Hitch to Use On 2016 Ford F-350 with Torklift Everest Weight Distribution
    The Superhitch Everest Weight Distribution part # TLWD1000 that you referenced will only work with a Torklift Hitch installed on the truck. You would also need the shank part # TLM9010 for the system. For your 2016 Ford F-350 Super Duty the correct hitch would be the # TLF1002-30 which has the same 30k capacity as the WD system when you use the mentioned WD system.
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  • What Weight Measurements Needed To Choose Weight Distribution System
    There is some basic information you need before you can choose the right weight distribution system for your set up. First, you need to know the tongue weight of the trailer. Second, you will need to know the gross weight of the trailer you plan to tow. These are two of the most important factors in choosing a weight distribution system. Usually, you will need weight distribution if the trailer weight is at least 50 percent of the vehicle weight or if the coupled trailer causes the...
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  • Will TorkLift SuperHitch Magnum Trailer Hitch Receiver Fit a 2019 Ram 2500 Power Wagon
    Yes, the TorkLift SuperHitch Magnum Trailer Hitch Receiver # TLD1109-30 will fit your 2019 RAM 2500 Power Wagon with the 6-1/2' bed. According to the installation instructions no modification of the spare tire location/support is needed. The receiver actually sits directly below the OEM receiver on your pickup. I have attached a photo of the TorkLift SuperHitch Original Trailer Hitch Receiver # TLD1108 on a 2018 Ram 3500 that you can reference. This isn't the exact same trailer hitch...
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  • Is There a 20000-lb Version of the TorkLift SuperHitch for a 2019 Ford F-350 Super Duty?
    There is not a "smaller" version of the The TorkLift SuperHitch, but the # TLF1008-30 actually has the 20000-lb standard towing capacity that you mentioned. When you use the TorkLift SuperHitch Everest Weight Distribution system # TLWD1000 the capacity of the hitch is up to 30000-lbs. The SuperHitch has both a 2" and 2-1/2" hitch receiver and the highest capacity we carry for a frame mounted hitch.
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  • Recommended Weight Distribution System for a 15,000 lb Box Trailer
    I do have a solution for you but unfortunately you do have to use a TorkLift XL Shank like part # TLM9011 along with the SuperHitch on your tow vehicle to be able to use the Everest Weight Distribution System # TLWD1000. If 15,000 lbs is the GVWR (gross vehicle weight rating) of your trailer or that is the most it will weigh when you are towing it then you can potentially use the Strait-Line # RP66075 instead. This is rated to tow up to a 17,000 lb trailer and it has a tongue weight...
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  • Recommended WD System for a 17,000 lb GVWR Trailer Towed by a 2017 Chevrolet Silverado 2500
    When choosing a Weight Distribution (WD) system you will want to find one with a Tongue Weight (TW) range that the Total Tongue Weight (TTW) of your towing setup falls in the middle of. To find the TTW of your towing setup you will need to add the TW of your fully loaded and ready-to-go trailer along with the weight of any cargo behind the rear axle of your tow vehicle. Keep in mind that a properly loaded trailer will have a TW that is 10-15% of the loaded weight of your trailer. Since...
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  • Weight Distribution System for a 2006 Ford F-350 and 14,000 Pound Work and Play 34 WRS Trailer
    A single sway control bar is only good for trailers up to 6,000 pounds and up to 25 foot, 11 inch long trailers so that is at least part of the problem you are having. But not to worry because it is a problem that is easily remedied with the proper weight distribution system. To choose a weight distribution system you will need to go by the total tongue weight of the set up. This is calculated by taking the tongue weight of the trailer, when loaded and ready to tow, and adding to that...
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  • Width Dimensions for Mounting the Reese Super Titan 4000 Trailer Hitch on a 2000 Dodge Ram 3500
    The Super Titan 4000 Trailer Hitch # 38208 is actually designed to fit a C-channel frame. To determine if it will fit your 2000 Dodge Ram 3500 you just need to make sure that your frame is about 34" - 34-1/2" wide and is at least 8-3/4" tall. I spoke with my contact at Reese who said that the outside dimensions with the spacers is 34-1/2" but when you remove the spacers you get the 34" width. If you are needing bigger spacers I highly recommend not fabricating some as then the weight...
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  • Trailer Hitch and Accessories for Towing a 25,000 Pound Trailer with a 2002 Ford F-350 Dually
    First, you will need a trailer hitch that is capable of the weight of your trailer with the dozer on it. The only hitch that will fit your 2002 Ford F-350 and has the capacity is TorkLift hitch # TLF1002-30. In order to get it to its maximum capacity (30K) you would have to use the Everest weight distribution # TLWD1000. Then you would need a shank, # TLM9010 or # TLM9011, and a ball, # C40085. Then the only problem is the coupler on the trailer. If it is a lunette ring or pintle...
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  • What Hitch Ball to Use with TorkLift SuperHitch Magnum for 30,000 lb Weight Rating
    To be able to achieve the max 30,000 lbs towing/3,000 lb tongue weight rating of the TorkLift SuperHitch Magnum Trailer Hitch Receiver # TLC1205-30 on your 2006 Chevy Silverado you actually need to use TorkLift SuperHitch Everest Weight Distribution (WD) System # TLWD1000. The Everest only comes with the WD head, arms, and clamps so you also need either the adjustable shank # TLM9010 (12-1/2" length) or # TLM9011 (17-1/2" length) as well as the 2-5/16" Hitch Ball # C40085. Please...
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  • Weight Distribution Systems Made in the USA
    There are a few weight distribution systems that are made in the USA. The TorkLift SuperHitch Everest Weight Distribution System # TLWD1000 and all of the Blue Ox SwayPro Weight Distribution w/ Sway Control systems like # BXW1000 are made in the USA. The best of these options for most trailers is the Blue Ox SwayPro System that is a fit for your total tongue weight. That total tongue weight is determined by the loaded tongue weight of your trailer as well as any cargo behind the...
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  • What is the Highest Capacity Trailer Hitch for a 2016 Ford F-350
    the highest capacity trailer hitch for a 2016 Ford F-350 is Tork Lift hitch # TLF1002-30. It is rated for 2,500 pounds tongue weight and 20,000 pounds gross trailer weight. When used with the Everest weight distribution system, # TLWD1000, it is rated for 3,000 pounds tongue weight and 30,000 pounds gross trailer weight!
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  • Can TorkLift Everest Weight Distribution be Used with a SuperTruss Extension
    You have purchased the TorkLift SuperHitch Magnum # TLF1008-30, SuperTruss extension # TLE1548, 7-Way extension # TLW6548, ball # C40085, Everest weight distribution system # TLWD1000, and shank # TLM9011. The hitch and SuperTruss extension along with the 7-Way extension are compatible with each other. The shank, # TLM9011, is compatible with the Everest system, # TLWD1000. But the shank is not compatible with the SuperTruss extension. You can use the Everest system with the shank...
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  • Recommended Weight Distribution System for 16,000 lb Equipment Trailer
    For your 2016 Ford F-350 Diesel, I recommend removing your factory hitch and installing the TorkLift SuperHitch Magnum Trailer Hitch Receiver # TLF1002-30. This is a confirmed fit for your truck and really the only way to get your weight distribution compatible with that trailer size at the bumper. Then you will use the TorkLift SuperHitch Everest Weight Distribution System # TLWD1000 with Adjustable Shank XL for TorkLift SuperHitch Everest Weight Distribution # TLM9011 or # TLM9010...
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  • Weight Distribution for 15,000 Pound Amped Trailer and 2012 Ram 3500
    To choose a weight distribution system you will need to go by the total tongue weight of the set up. This is calculated by taking the tongue weight of the trailer, when loaded and ready to tow, and adding to that the weight of anything loaded behind the rear axle of the tow vehicle. A trailer that weighs 11,000 pounds would have a tongue weight around 1,100 to 1,650 pounds (10 to 15 percent of the gross trailer weight). Using a 1,200 pound system is not recommended because even unloaded...
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  • Is Weight Distribution Recommended when Towing a 14,000 lb Trailer
    Regardless of the capacity difference between using a WD system and not you would see a benefit to using a WD system for towing a trailer as heavy as yours. The lack of a capacity difference for the WD application does not indicate that you wouldn't benefit from the use of one. Any time the trailer weighs more than 50 percent of the tow vehicle a WD system is recommended. You would be within the capacity of your hitch to tow the trailer without a WD system, but you will have better handling...
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  • Does 3000-Tongue Weight Capacity On TorkLift SuperHitch Require Both Receiver Openings
    I called my contact at TorkLift and asked about the tongue weight for their SuperHitch Magnum Trailer Hitch Receiver, part # TLD1108-30. The overall weight capacity and tongue weight capacity is for the entire hitch and not just one receiver. To be able to get to the 3000-lb tongue weight capacity would require both receiver openings. The only weight distribution system we offer that can handle 3000-lbs tongue weight is the TorkLift SuperHitch Everest, part # TLWD1000. Using this system...
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