Curt MV Weight Distribution System - Round Bar - 10,000 lbs GTW, 1,000 lbs TW

Curt MV Weight Distribution System - Round Bar - 10,000 lbs GTW, 1,000 lbs TW

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Why would I buy this?

  • Grease zerks in the head make for easy maintenance
  • Mounting points on both sides of head let you add on two friction sway controls, if needed

Why wouldn't I buy this?

  • Chains don't provide much tension or stability, so this won't do anything to keep your trailer in line
  • And there's no sway control included either
  • Round bars don't provide as much ground clearance as trunnion, so you won't want this if you tow with a van or low-riding car
This weight distribution system will help to evenly distribute the load over the axles of both your tow vehicle and trailer for a smooth, controlled ride. Includes round, forged steel spring bars and an adjustable shank. Hitch ball sold separately. Lowest Prices for the best weight distribution from Curt. Curt MV Weight Distribution System - Round Bar - 10,000 lbs GTW, 1,000 lbs TW part number C17052 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-8924 for expert service.
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Curt Weight Distribution - C17052

  • WD Only
  • 900 lbs
  • Curt
  • Fits 2 Inch Hitch
  • Includes Shank
  • Electric Brake Compatible
  • Surge Brake Compatible

This weight distribution system will help to evenly distribute the load over the axles of both your tow vehicle and trailer for a smooth, controlled ride. Includes round, forged steel spring bars and an adjustable shank. Hitch ball sold separately.


Features:

  • Evenly distributes weight over axles of tow vehicle and trailer for improved stability and control
    • Creates a more level ride for both tow vehicle and trailer
  • Round spring bars are constructed of solid, forged steel for strength and durability
  • Adjustable spring bar tension - just switch links in lift chains to fine-tune
  • Desired tilt is achieved with traditional washer design
    • Add or remove washers from spacer rivet to tilt head up or down
  • Grease zerks in the head assembly make for simple maintenance
  • Powder coated steel resists corrosion
  • Snap-up lever eases hookup by reducing lifting required by trailer jack
  • System includes head assembly, adjustable shank, spring bars, lift brackets and chains, snap-up handle, pin and clip, and all necessary hardware
    • Hitch ball sold separately - requires 1-1/4" diameter shank


Specs:

  • Tongue weight: 800 lbs - 1,000 lbs
  • Maximum gross towing weight: 10,000 lbs
  • Application: 2" x 2" trailer hitch receivers rated for use with weight distribution systems
  • Shank length: 12"
  • Maximum rise: 7"
  • Maximum drop: 2-1/2"
  • 1-Year limited warranty


Included w/ SystemRequired - Sold SeparatelyOptional Add-Ons
  • Adjustable Shank
  • System Head
  • Lift Brackets
  • Spring Bars
  • Lift Bar
  • Hitch Pin and Clip
  • Hitch Ball w/ 1-1/4" Diameter Shank
  • Bar-Style Friction Sway Control

Weight Distribution Diagram

Create a more 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.


Forged Steel Spring Bars

The round spring bars are made from forged steel, giving them a distinct advantage over typical cast steel bars. Forging is a process where thermal and mechanical energy are applied to the steel, resulting in a finished product that is more resilient to impacts and is stronger in terms of shear strength. Simply put, these spring bars do a superior job of helping to hold your trailer in line because of their added strength and durability.


Built-In Grease Zerks

Built-in grease zerk on the Curt weight distribution system head assembly

The system's head features 2 built-in grease zerks so that you can easily lubricate the spring bars without having to remove them from the head assembly. The grease zerks are located on each of the shafts that encase the spring bars. Simply use a grease gun (sold separately) to inject grease into each of the zerks.



17052 Curt MV Round Bar Weight Distribution Hitch



C17052 Installation InstructionsInstallation Details C17052 Installation instructions



Video of Curt MV Weight Distribution System - Round Bar - 10,000 lbs GTW, 1,000 lbs TW


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




Video Transcript for Curt MV Weight Distribution System Review

Today we're gonna be taking a look at the Curt MV Weight Distribution System with round bars, for the gross trailer weight rating of 10,000 pounds, and a tongue weight rating of 1,000 pounds. Overall, our weight distribution system is going to even the amount of weight over both of our truck axles, giving us back that level smooth ride that we expect. It's gonna cut back on the tire wear on both our truck and our trailer, as well as help with our steering and braking when we're going down the road.Now every hitch is gonna be a little bit different. But for the majority of them when they're used with the weight distribution system, it's actually going to allow you to maximize the full capacity of your hitch. Now, it's always a good idea to check with the manufacturer of your hitch to find those weight capacities, as well as your truck's owner's manual, to make sure your truck and hitch can handle that amount of weight.This system is designed for quick and easy maintenance. Right here on each side, there'll be a grease fitting, so that way it'll be really easy to keep everything lubricated.

The bars are actually made from a forged steel, which is really strong and much more durable than your typical cast steel bars. Now it's really easy to use. All you'd simply do is put your chain onto the hook. Use your tool to pull it up. Secure it with this pin, and when you're ready, to hit the road.Here we have our trailer connected to our GMC.

Now there's a pretty significant issue we have. The weight of the trailer is causing the truck's rear end to sag, which in turn is lifting the front end of the truck up. So, it's gonna go down the road like this. Now there's a few problems with that. It's going to affect our truck's braking, steering, tire life, and just overall performance of how it goes down the road.

Even with an adjustable bar mount, it doesn't solve our problem. Something I'm gonna point out is you can see how close our safety chains are to the ground.Now, before we install our weight distribution system, I'm gonna give you a few measurements with the trailer hooked up. That way, once we have it on, we can see the difference it makes. So, from the ground to the bottom edge of our wheel well here, that sits about 35 1/2". At the front of the truck, from the ground to the bottom edge of the wheel well, that's about 37 1/2".Now, I went ahead and unhooked our trailer from the truck, and we'll take those same measurements.

Here at the back, it's about 39 1/4s of an inch. Here at the front of the truck, it's going to measure a little over 36 1/2". So what that means is, when this truck is hooked to this trailer without the weight distribution, it's going to ride about a little less than four inches lower than it would at its factory height.Now the front is gonna sit about one inch higher than the factory right height. That, like I said earlier, that's gonna cause a few things. It's gonna cause premature tire wear. Since there's more weight on the rear of the truck than the front, the problem with that is your tire's not gonna have the proper contact pattern, so when you go to apply the brakes or steer, it's not gonna have that factory performance that you'd expect. Also, since the front's gonna be sitting higher, the headlights are gonna be pointed up and not at the road where you need them, not only affecting your visibility, but possible other motorists as well because your lights will shine in their windshield.Next, we'll go ahead and install our weight distribution system, and show you what it's like with it on. Now, with our weight distribution system set up, we can go around and take our measurements again, to see how much it helped. So the measurement here at the back of the truck is 36 1/2 and at the front, we also have 36 1/2. So what that weight distribution system did, is it actually kept the front of the truck at its factory right height, and at the rear of the truck, it did come down a little bit, but it came down at the exact same height as at the front of the truck. So what that means is, our truck is riding perfectly level, as opposed to beforehand without the weight distribution it was sitting like this. The front was higher and the rear was way down.And as you can see, we also gained quite a bit of clearance with our safety chains, so now we don't have to worry about them dragging on the ground as we go down the road. And that'll do it for our look at the Curt MV Weight Distribution System.


Customer Reviews

Curt MV Weight Distribution System - Round Bar - 10,000 lbs GTW, 1,000 lbs TW - C17052

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (28 Customer Reviews)

This weight distribution system will help to evenly distribute the load over the axles of both your tow vehicle and trailer for a smooth, controlled ride. Includes round, forged steel spring bars and an adjustable shank. Hitch ball sold separately.

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Looking forward to getting this out to my camper so get it set up. Looks like its a sturdy hitch setup. Love the Adjustable factor of it 340236



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All that I can rate right now is etrailer's customer service and shipping. Both were excellent! 478064



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Thank you Etrailer! I haul trailers for a living and I wouldn't go anywhere else for my equipment. Arrived in two days! Thanks again. 577710



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Keeps my truck very level while towing. 705866



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Put this on my 2013 Silverado 1500 for towing a travel trailer. It took about 90 minutes to install and make the adjustments. Seems like a good product so far. It will enable me to tow a travel trailer that would have otherwise been too heavy to tow. 654967



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Hitch looks great. Very fast shipping. Excellent customer service. Very friendly staff. Thanks etrailer!!! 524048



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I have done business with etrailer for many years. Be it trailer hitches, tow bars, brake controlers, mirrors - the list goes on and on. Everytime I do a new transaction with them their service, attention to detail and customer satisfaction reinforces to me the rightness of my decision to only do business with them. I have no idea what I will need next but I do know UNEQUIVOCALLY it will be with them! 491750



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Great product, great customer service, I wouldn't look anywhere else. 471937



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I like the product very much still have them and will keep it as long as I have my new travel trailer I would highly recommend it 463433



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Great product, sales people are excellent, and fast fast service. 443728



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The weight distribution system is pretty much standard you should order a new ball with this item. Heavy duty putting it together if you don't have a one inch drive socket set you might consider taking it and your truck to a RV service center for setting it up. I have a 6000 lbs trailer and an F-150 works great. 424184



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No problems work perfectly. 2001 Yukon slt towing 2008 keystone passport travel trailer. 413319



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Works as should, excellent product, excellent quality 410367



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I bought this hitch to pull a 4000# camper with a half ton pickup and after a year it's still working great. It came with clear setup instructions so I knew I was using it correctly. 372497



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the products works great no problems with it at all. 364916



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The hitch and load bars are extremely well built and etrailers shipped it quickly. Very pleased with purchase. 350572



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Heavy duty load bars, well made by Curt Manufactering 305278



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Easy to use 297946



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Looks great, works great. Can't wait to get on the road. 297507



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Easy to install . Distributes the weight like it's supposed to . Thank you 295218



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Easy to install and setup using the instructions supplied. Also there are plenty of YouTube videos to help you along. Very solid construction that seems like it will last a while but only time will tell. Definitely helped out with rear end sag and greatly improved handling. 290926



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works fine.thahks 268523



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Just as described 254978



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Product works great! It arrived in a timely fasion and the price is unbeatable. I will recommend this site to any one that needs parts for their R.V. or camper. 249649



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The equalizer hitch we purchased was more hitch than we needed to pull our ALiner, but we found that we were glad to have made this choice. We traveled though the Rocky Mountains, Oregon, Yellowstone Park and back home without any hint of problems. The hitch worked so well that we had little to no sway, went up mountain passes with ease, and were pleased with the weight distribution. We did have a learning curve on how to use the hitch, but we are novices on pulling anything. We found that it was very easy to use. 248736



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Product was very good. Would have been nice if delivery was faster. 233718



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Two hours attempting to set this up and ultimately gave up and did not use it. It would not attach to my new trailer even with the pole tongue adapter. Worthless. 229538



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Haven't used it yet, easy assembly and fast shipping. I have ordered several products and every time my shipment has always been on time and has worked flawlessly. Thank You. 211598


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  • Weight Distribution System that Allows For Bracket Placement 35 Inches Behind Hitch Ball
  • The Curt Weight Distribution systems part # C17052 and C17002 brackets fit frames that are 2-3/4" wide so you will not have an issue with the brackets fitting your frame. Curt does not specify bracket placement for MV weight distribution systems however, the bars measure 30-5/8" long. The two Curt systems you mention also have a tongue weight range of 800 lbs-1,000 lbs which is very overrated for your setup with a 450 lb tongue weight. An overrated weight distribution system can cause a...
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  • Can Curt MV Weight Distribution System Be Ordered with 2 inch Hitch Ball
  • We have a version of the Curt MV WD system part # C17062 that you referenced which doesn't come with a ball which then allows you to add the size needed to your order. For that you'd want the # C17052 and the Curt ball # 40038 which is a 2 inch hitch ball that also has the correct shank dimensions to fit this system. Then to add on the sway control unit you'd also want the part # 17200.
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  • Correct Curt Weight Distribution System for Towing a 2018 Keystone Bullet Premier Ultra Light 30RIPR
  • It looks like your current system is a Curt MV like part # C17052 which is supposed to help with the distribution of weight but doesn't include any sway control. This is why you were having issues with the wind. There are friction sway control bars like part # 17200 that you can add to your system but they are not as effective as a system that has the sway control integrated into it. The Curt TruTrack Weight Distribution (WD) # C17500 does have integrated sway control so it will help...
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  • Recommended Curt MV Weight Distribution System for Trailer with 425 Pound Tongue Weight
  • If the loaded tongue weight of your Starcraft Avalon is around 425 pounds I recommend the Curt MV Weight Distribution System # C17050, which features a tongue weight capacity of 500 to 600 pounds. When adding any cargo weight you have stored behind the rear axle of your Silverado this will match up really nicely to your setup's total tongue weight and will work great to level out both your truck and the trailer. The only thing you will need to add is a compatible hitch ball like the...
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  • Is Sway Control Needed with Weight Distribution System on Newer Ford Truck
  • Weight distribution alone is basically a form of "sway control". It will help reduce sway caused by cross winds or passing semi-trucks greatly. Going with additional sway control isn't always needed and since you have a the Ford sway control built into the truck already I would assume you would be totally fine without a sway control system.
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  • Weight Distribution Hitch Shank With 6 Drop Recommendation For A 2006 Ram 2500
  • The included shank on the Curt MV Weight Distribution System # C17052 will provide a maximum of 2-1/2" of drop. In order to get this down to 6" or even more, the Curt Weight Distribution Shank # C17124 provides you up to 9-1/2" of drop and is adjustable in 1-1/4" increments. At pretty much the same price point you can instead get this weight distribution system including friction sway control like the Curt MV # C17062. Sway control will make a significant difference in your towing...
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  • Comparing Curt Weight Distribution Hitch Systems C17002 and C17052
  • The two Curt weight distribution (WD) hitches you referenced, parts # C17002 and # C17052, are both round bar type WD systems that are intended for trailer tongue weights between 800 and 1000-lbs. Both include the same component parts (and both do NOT include a hitch ball or friction anti-sway mechanism). The main difference between them is that the MV # C17052 has grease zerks at the head to make it easier to lubricate that friction point. I confirmed this with my contact at Curt.
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  • Can Trailer be Backed Up With Curt MV Weight Distribution System Installed
  • The Curt MV Weight Distribution System # C17052 does allow you to back up, however it doesn't include sway control with it. To add that you would need a friction sway control unit like the Curt # 17200 but by adding this you wouldn't be able to back up without initially disconnecting the friction sway control. If you are looking for a chain style weight distribution (WD) system then we have the Blue Ox SwayPro # BXW1006 which integrates the anti-sway so you don't have to worry about...
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  • How to Determine Tongue Weight of Trailer for Picking Out Weight Distribution System
  • To determine the tongue weight of your trailer when it is unloaded or loaded will require you to weigh it. For more info on that check out the link I attached. The tongue weight of a trailer isn't always listed. The best way to pick out a weight distribution system is to base it off of the loaded tongue weight of the setup when it is loaded and ready to tow. This figure also includes the weight of any cargo behind the rear axle of the tow vehicle. I attached a help article on weight...
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  • Recommended Weight Distribution System for 6300lb Trailer w/ 550lb Tongue Weight
  • Your first step in choosing a weight distribution system is to identify the tongue weight of your trailer when it's fully loaded and ready to tow. This tongue weight figure should also include the weight of anything stowed behind the rear axle of the tow vehicle. These combined figures represent the Total Tongue Weight (TTW) of your set-up. The TTW of your trailer should fall as close as possible to the middle of the effective range of the weight distribution system you choose. I've linked...
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  • Weight Distribution Recommendation for Palomini 180FB
  • If the trailer you are towing weighs more than half of the weight of the tow vehicle we recommend the use of weight distribution. The best way to pick out a weight distribution system is to base it off of the loaded tongue weight of the setup. You should note that the weight of any cargo behind the rear axle of your vehicle should be considered tongue weight as well. I attached an FAQ on determining tongue weight for you to check out. Since your trailer has around 450 lbs of dry tongue...
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  • Do Round or Trunnion Bar Weight Distribution Systems Offer Better Ground Clearance
  • A weight distribution system with trunnion bars would definitely offer more ground clearance at the trailer coupler because the bars don't extend below the weight distribution head like they do on round bar systems. If you'd care to reply with the fully loaded and ready to tow tongue weight of your horse trailer, I'd be happy recommend a weight distribution system for you. I've linked you to an FAQ article that explains how to determine your trailer's tongue weight, as well as to...
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  • Weight Distribution System Shank with At Least 6 Inches of Drop
  • To determine the correct rise or drop for a trailer you want to measure from the inside top of the receiver tube like you did. Then you want to measure from the bottom of the trailer's coupler to the ground. Both will need to be parked on level ground for a true measurement. Then you figure the difference. The shank that is included with the Curt MV Weight Distribution System # C17052 you have has a maximum drop of 2-1/2 inches. For a shank with 6 inches of drop # FA92-02-4214....
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  • Weight Distribution System or New Shank with More Drop to Tow Trailer Level
  • We cannot open the packages and swap out the shanks so the best option is to either just replace the shank that you have or choose a system that doesn't come with a shank and shank separately. You don't have to get a whole new weight distribution system if you just need a shank with more drop. You can buy just a shank. Most shanks are interchangeable amongst the different manufacturers. If the head of the weight distribution system you have now mounts to the shank using 3/4 inch diameter...
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  • Do Install Instructions Come with the Curt Weight Distribution C17052
  • Yes, a set of detailed install instructions come with the Curt Weight Distribution system part # C17052 that you referenced. I attached a link to them if you wanted to check them out now. I also attached a review video for this product and a couple other help articles on weight distribution.
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  • Weight Distribution for a 1993 Chevy S-10 Blazer and 3,500 Pound Travel Trailer
  • 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. Like you said the 800 to 1,200 pound system you have is rated much too high for a tongue weight of 278 pounds. I recommend a system that maxes out at 600 pounds, # 17300, so that it will be effective and...
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  • Will Curt Replacement Spring Bar Fit Older CP Weight Distribution System
  • Since weight distribution (WD) systems use spring bars that are tailored to their specific products I would be very surprised if the Replacement Spring Bar for Curt MV Weight Distribution System # C17073 is compatible. Even if the diameter is the same, the way the bar connects to the head of the WD unit is almost always different. I tried looking up "CP Weight Distribution" on the internet but the only thing I was able to find is that this must be a company that went out of business...
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  • Weight Distribution Recommendation for Trailers with Gross Weight of 7,000 Pounds
  • 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. If the gross weight of each trailer is 7,000 pounds that would put the tongue weight range at 700 to 1,050 pounds. Based on that I recommend going with the 1,000 pound system # C17052 over an 800 pound system....
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  • Selecting Weight Distribution/Sway Control Hitch for Travel Trailer with 300-Lbs Tongue Weight
  • A trailer weight distribution hitch can include sway control, sway prevention, or neither. The Curt system # C17052 does not address sway. Simple friction-style anti-sway bars like # 83660 are also available as stand-alone products or they can added to a WD system but their performance does not compare to integrated setups that do both. The most effective sway solution comes from using a weight distribution system that incorporates built-in sway prevention, such as one of the Equal-I-zer...
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  • Selecting Weight Distribution System for Use with Trailer Towed by 2011 Cadillac Escalade
  • To ensure you can use a weight distribution hitch system on your 2011 Cadillac Escalade you'll just want to check the sticker on the vehicle's hitch. Look for a weight rating for weight distribution (or "WD") on the hitch's sticker. The hitch must be a 2-inch size that has a specific rating for use with WD systems. The real matching of the WD system relates to the trailer. The WD system needs to be selected based on the actual total tongue weight (TW) of the trailer when it is fully...
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  • Reusing Old Weight Distribution or Use a New System for a 2015 Lance 2285 Travel Trailer
  • Since the original Curt system with the dual-cam sway control that you added provided good results I would stick with it because if it doesn't perform the way you want it to you could still try a different system. If it were me I would try the parts I already had to avoid any additional expense until necessary. But you mentioned that you have Curt system # C17052. I am not sure how you managed to use the Reese dual-cam sway control, # RP26002, because it requires spring bars with the...
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  • Comparing Ground Clearance of Trunnion and Round Bar Weight Distribution Systems
  • Trunnion Bar systems will have greater ground clearance under the coupler than round bar systems. However, the lowest point of the system would be the point where the chains connect to the ends of the spring bars. This would be about the same height on both types of systems. If you'd like to reply with the fully loaded and ready to tow tongue weight of your trailer, I'd be happy to recommend a system for you. I'll link you to some FAQ articles you might find helpful.
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  • Will a Curt Weight Distribution System Fit on a Trailer with an I-Beam Frame
  • I-beam trailer frames present a bit of a problem when looking for weight distribution systems. It will work there is just a little bit of work that has to be done on the trailer for a system to work properly. To use Curt system # C17052 or a similar system you would need to have steel plates 5 or 6 inches wide welded to the trailer frame by an experienced welder in the area where the weight distribution brackets mount on the trailer. Basically the frame will have to be boxed in those...
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  • Shipping Weight of Curt MV Weight Distribution System # C17052
  • The Curt MV Weight Distribution System # C17052 referenced in your question has a shipping weight of 87 pounds. If needed you can also open the box and have the individual components loaded into your truck for easier lifting. For example the head itself weighs just 15 pounds while the spring bars will weigh around 14 pounds each. I have attached the complete installation instructions too that you can show your mechanic ahead of time so he can take a look at the process.
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  • Can Curt Weight Distribution System be Used with Curt Friction Sway Control
  • The Curt weight distribution system part # C17052 is perfectly compatible with your Curt Friction Sway Control Item # 17200. You'd just need to mount the smaller ball of the kit to the brackets on either side of the hitch ball of this kit and you'd be set. I attached a picture that shows what this will look like.
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  • Curt Weight Distribution System and Drop Shank that Allows 5 inches of Drop Recommendation
  • All of the Curt Weight Distribution Systems like the part # C17052 that you referenced come with a standard shank that can only do a drop of 1-1/2 inches. The good news is that the Curt systems are priced so great that having to get a drop shank like the part # 17120 which can do 5-3/4 inches of drop still costs less than going with a different system that doesn't include a shank.
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  • Solutions for Toyota Tundra Rear Sag When Towing with Weight Distribution System
  • If you're still experiencing a significant amount of rear sag on your Tundra when using a weight distribution system to tow a trailer, a good solution is a rear suspension enhancement kit, however the first thing I recommend doing is simply making sure your existing system is appropriately rated. The system needs to match up well with the total tongue weight of your setup, which includes both the loaded tongue weight of the trailer plus any added cargo weight coming from behind the rear...
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