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Fastway e2 Weight Distribution w/ 2-Point Sway Control - Trunnion - 12,000 lbs GTW, 1,200 lbs TW

Fastway e2 Weight Distribution w/ 2-Point Sway Control - Trunnion - 12,000 lbs GTW, 1,200 lbs TW

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Why would I buy this?

  • Steel brackets do a good job of holding trailer in line to limit sway
  • Works with surge brakes and lets you back up without having to disconnect anything, unlike bar-style sway controls

Why wouldn't I buy this?

  • Steel-on-steel brackets can create a lot of noise, especially during turns
  • With no friction or tension built into the head, there's still the chance for sway, especially with larger trailers
  • You'll have to buy the hitch ball separately
Two points of steel-on-steel friction work to prevent and correct trailer sway in this weight distribution system. Sway control brackets help to ensure that your trailer stays in line with your tow vehicle. Adjustable shank included. Lowest Prices for the best weight distribution from Fastway. Fastway e2 Weight Distribution w/ 2-Point Sway Control - Trunnion - 12,000 lbs GTW, 1,200 lbs TW part number FA92-00-1200 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-8924 for expert service.
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Fastway Weight Distribution - FA92-00-1200

  • 1000 lbs
  • 1100 lbs
  • WD With Sway Control
  • Fastway
  • Fits 2 Inch Hitch
  • Allows Backing Up
  • Includes Shank
  • Reduces Sway
  • Electric Brake Compatible
  • Surge Brake Compatible
  • 2-Point

Two points of steel-on-steel friction work to prevent and correct trailer sway in this weight distribution system. Sway control brackets help to ensure that your trailer stays in line with your tow vehicle. Adjustable shank included.


  • Evenly distributes weight over axles of tow vehicle and trailer for stability and control
    • Creates a level ride for both tow vehicle and trailer
  • Integrated 2-Point Sway Control limits side-to-side movement
    • Brackets keep spring bars in place for a rigid system that holds trailer in line
    • Steel-on-steel friction helps to minimize sway caused by winds or sudden maneuvers
    • No lift chains - eliminate unwanted movement
  • Unique design makes system compatible with surge-type brake actuators
  • Trunnion spring bars flex for a controlled, even ride
  • No-drill, clamp-on brackets can be adjusted along the trailer frame
    • Accommodates frame-mounted items such as gas tanks, battery boxes, toolboxes, or generators
  • Desired tilt is achieved with traditional washer design
    • Add or remove washers from spacer rivet to tilt head up or down
  • Powder coated steel construction is durable and corrosion resistant
  • Snap-up lever eases installation by reducing lifting required by trailer jack
  • System includes head assembly, adjustable shank, spring bars, sway control brackets, lift handle, pin and clip, and all necessary hardware
    • Hitch ball sold separately - requires 1-1/4" diameter shank
    • 1-7/8" Thin walled socket (EQ70-00-4800 - sold separately) recommended for hitch ball installation


  • Tongue weight: 800 lbs - 1,200 lbs
  • Gross towing weight: 12,000 lbs
  • Fits: 2" x 2" trailer hitch receivers rated for use with weight distribution systems
  • Sway control bracket positioning: 27" - 30" back from center of coupler
  • Maximum trailer frame height: 6"
  • Shank length:
    • 8" From center of hitch pin hole to center of adjustment holes
    • 9" From center of hitch pin hole to front of shank
    • 7" From center of hitch pin hole to back of shank
    • 12" Overall
  • Total height adjustment along shank: 7-1/2"
    • Maximum rise: 5-3/4"
    • Maximum drop: 2-1/4"
    • Overall height: 8-1/2"
    • Holes are spaced 1-1/4" apart on center
  • From the center of the pin hole to the center of the ball: 12"
  • 10-Year warranty


Included w/ SystemRequired - Sold SeparatelyOptional Add-Ons
  • Weight Distribution Head
  • 2 Sway Control Brackets
  • 2 Spring Bars
  • Snap-up Lever
  • Spacer Rivet and Washers
  • Necessary Installation Hardware
  • Hitch Ball w/ 1-1/4" Diameter Shank

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.

Fastway e2 Sway Control

The two points of sway control within the e2 are created by the steel-on-steel friction that occurs when the spring bars slide within the L-brackets that are mounted on the trailer tongue. Most traditional weight-distribution systems have spring bars that are suspended by chains. Although this ensures that the system is not so rigid as to create bounce in the trailer, it also allows a good deal of side-to-side play in the system.

The direct friction that is applied to the spring bars in the e2 system helps to stop sway once it has begun. The concept is similar to the way in which an add-on friction sway control device functions. When each spring bar moves forward or backward, or side to side, it rubs along the bracket, creating friction. The resistance created by this action limits the movement of the spring bar, thus preventing further side-to-side movement of the trailer.

Most add-on units feature some sort of friction material similar to that used in automotive brakes. But the e2 uses direct steel-on-steel contact to create resistance. This is the same sort of friction that is used with locomotives that pull loaded railcars weighing tons. No additional materials are needed. The steel will outlast any of those other materials, providing an extremely durable, functional sway-control system.

92-00-1200 Fast Way e2 Weight-Distribution Hitch - Trunnion Bar - 12K

FA92-00-1200 Installation InstructionsInstallation Details FA92-00-1200 Installation instructions

Video of Fastway e2 Weight Distribution w/ 2-Point Sway Control - Trunnion - 12,000 lbs GTW, 1,200 lbs TW

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

Video Transcript for Fastway e2 Weight Distribution System Review

Randy: Hey, guys, Randy here at etrailer.com. Now, we get questions all the time from our customers. They're trying to figure out which is going to be the best weight distribution system for themNow, there are a few different types of weight distribution out there. The more basic set is something similar to like a CURT MV Set up. Just going to be your Trunnion bars that come back, no friction sway control whatsoever, you actually have to add that on secondary, and with that system you can't back up, so it's kind of an older more antiquated system.A lot of the systems, this one is the one we're looking at today. This is from Fastway.

This is the e2 set up. This gives us all of the weight distribution properties through a Trunnion bar. I like Trunnion bars a lot more than I do round bars because those tend to hang down kind of a lot lower in reduced ground clearance, but it also has built-in friction sway control right here on each side.We've got friction material built on right to the bottom of the bar and on top of the bracket, and as those move against each other in a sway event, it really helps to hold everything back in place. Now, that system, the e2 system is going to work out for the majority of trailers out there. It has a lot of different weight ratings to pick from.If we we're to go a step beyond this, let's say you have really large bumper pulled style campers, or any camper that doesn't have a lot of pin weight, that's where sway comes from, that tongue weight going down.

It kind of keeps everything in line. So, if you're trailer is prone to that, something like the EQUAL-I-ZER is probably going to be a better choice. That offers four points of sway control. It's almost identical to the e2 here, having the bars that slide back here to give you that straight force, but it also has two more points built into the head.So, you've got a good, a better, and a best option there. I really don't like the good option.

I don't think that that weight distribution system is good for most applications, save maybe utility trailers and things like that. If you're looking for just a bare bone system for weight distribution, that might be the one to pick.My favorite one happens to be this one. I like the simplicity of the system. I like that we don't have a ton of moving parts, it's very quiet and you'll see in the customer reviews, this e2 system is very popular. I think the ease of set up is really nice.

A lot of customers wish they would have got it sooner, so they didn't have to deal with the chains and the pipes and counting links and those kind of things.Now, another common question that we get other than which system is going to be the right one for me is, what does it actually do Basically, when we hook up a camper, which you'll see when we do our measurements, the back end of our truck goes down. The front end of our camper goes down. That's less than ideal. We're putting excess strain on that rear suspension components. Generally, the front end of the truck rises a little bit. That gives us a lot of negative handling and braking effects. Changes our suspension geometry so we get weird tire wear, and we're also going to have our headlights tilted up slightly.On the trailer side, is that front end comes down and the tandem set up, you're putting more weight on the front axle. It's going to wear out more quickly in the tire and in the suspension area than what the rear axle will. So, when we set up a weight distribution system like this, we're basically creating at a connection point from our trailer up to our hitch.If you think about it like a wheelbarrow, it's essentially how it's going to work out. We lift our truck and trailer up so we can get our bar set, and then when we lower it back down, instead of it letting the back of the truck tilt down, it holds it up. It's going to hold it to where it's right back to that factory height. By doing that, it pushes those front wheels back down, so we return all those handling and safety characteristics that we need.By combining that with sway control, it keeps everything tracking down the road smoothly so if we have a cross wind, we don't have to worry about our trailer getting out of control and winding up in the median rolled over. The tractor trailer passes us or if we pass a tractor trailer, that sudden gust isn't going to cause us any issues.A lot of times in an improperly loaded trailer, even taking your foot off the gas as you crest a hill can cause sway to start. So it's an excellent idea not only to load your trailer properly to have proper tongue weight on it, but to incorporate sway control so you don't have any of those issues.Now, this sway control system in my mind is one of the better ones out there. I like the way the Trunnion bar slides on the bracket. It eliminates a lot of set up hassle, like trying to get cam levers on, you almost need two hands and you're with the train, that's with like the CURT TruTrack system. I like the way this one works a lot, especially when we compare this to a standard friction bar set up.A friction bar, you have to put it on each time you want to leave after you have everything hooked up, and then anytime you want to back up, you have to take it back off. That friction bar gives you about 40 pounds worth of sway control effort, whereas with this e2 system we're looking at closer to 400 pounds. So, we're getting almost 10 times the effect out of this system than what we would out of a sway control friction bar.Now I really like the overall construction of this system, too. I think it's going to be something that lasts for a good long time. All the powder coat on it looks really nice. All of our hardware is going to be nickel coated. Our spacers and that, once we have everything set, it's pretty straightforward. There's not a lot of adjustments to make. You might have to change slightly the amount of washers if you switch from trailer to trailer, but overall it's going to work out really well. You can see our Trunnion ends here, the Trunnion bars are really nice. Overall, I think this is going to stay looking good for a very long time.As far as service and maintenance goes, there's really not a whole lot to it. The biggest part is going to be right here at our Trunnions where they go into the head. By putting a little bit of grease in here and also in the top, you're just really going to help reduce any noise that you might have while the system's in operation, and we also have our keepers here. It's a good idea to keep those lubricated so they move freely for you.Now, before we go through the process of getting our measurements and doing all the installation and everything, it's important for you to pick the right weight setting for your application. Basically, the way we're going to get the tongue weight is going to be the weight of anything we have behind our rear axle and the tongue weight of our trailer. We want to combine those and that should be the TW rating.The GTW rating is going to be our Gross Trailer Weight rating. That's going to be the total weight of anything behind that rear axle, anything in the camper, and the weight of the camper and it should be loaded how you intend to haul it. You don't want to have an empty trailer with no water in the tank, and set it up that way because you're not going to have the effect once it does get loaded.So, get those measurements, or get those weights and pick a system that matches that. You'll know like with the 1,200 pound system here, our camper's only about 8,000, but this system works between eight and 1,200, so, when this gets water in the tank, it'll be up to that 84. It's going to be within that range. These go all the way down to like 450 pounds in tongue weight and 4,500 pounds in Gross Trailer Weight through those smaller applications, so, they really cover a wide range, and give you just about the perfect weight rating you're going to need for just about any situation.Now, while everything does look pretty normal here with the truck, these Ram 2500s really have a pretty good pitch-up to the back of them when they're unloaded, and right now we're running pretty level. So, what we're going to do is measure off the rear wheel here, just to see what kind of difference that we have before and after that pin weight goes on, and we can go from there.See, currently we're at about 41" here in the back. We're going to go up in the front, we'll measure the same thing there. Here we're at about 40-3/4". Here with our trailer unhooked or disconnected, look how much higher the back of that truck is sitting. That's where we want to get it back to. That's where it wants to be from the factory, so, using that weight distribution set up, we should be able to return this right back to where it started.Just to give us an idea, we we're at 41", we're now at 43-1/4". So, 2-1/4" higher here in the back. Our front was at 40-3/4", and see now it's back closer right down to 40, so half inch doesn't seem like a whole lot, but there's a lot of weight being put back down on that front end and that half inch.We've got everything kind of set up. We've got our camper nice and level. That's important, then we measure our coupler height. Basically that's going to be right to the top of the coupler here. We're going to use our shank. Now, this isn't a shank that's going to come with the kit since this truck is quite a bit higher than most common vehicles. We've had to use a drop shank.So, we've got the head installed here and you can see we have added our 2-5/16" ball. You'll need to pick up a ball with an 1-1/4" shank and we want this to be appropriate for your trailer. So, if you're going to be using a 2" coupler on your trailer, this should be 2", 2-5/16" you'll want 2-5/16" and we've got plenty of these available on our website. This one happens to be the EQUAL-I-ZER brand. I like this one over the other brands when using this style of set up because the shank is the appropriate length. You can see that we can get our large nut put on there and we can crush our washer so we don't have a lot of overhang down through there. So that's something I like there.Now, when setting the height of our ball we need that to match our coupler as closely as possible so these holes are an 1-1/4" of adjustable so we'll want to get it as close as we can to that, and you'll line up the holes in the shank. Once we have it where we want it, you're going to put one of the conical tooth washers on our bolt, and we're just going to loosely slide this in for now, and we also need to insert our rivet here with our washers on.Now, depending on your application, for longer wheel based trucks you're going to use six probably. You might add one more in there if need be. On shorter wheel based vehicles you're going to use five to start. You might need to add one in. You can see right down here on the back side there's an open hole so we'll take that. You're going to get that slid down in there, then we'll capture it so it won't come out, slide our bolt through, take my bottom bolt which I had in out for the washer on that, slide it through, place our washers on the other side, we'll just get our nut started.All right, with that in position and our bolts loosely secure for now, we've got our bolt right here. Now this is going to cause our head to come up and it's going to pinch that washer and rivet set up against the shank. So, we want to tighten it until it makes contact. All right, that's made contact so now what we need to do is go one half turn from there. So we'll go a quarter, and another quarter. So, we've got that set into place now, we've got our angle set on our ball. You can see there's a slight downward tilt to that, which is what we're looking for. Now let's turn to the tongue of the trailer and get our work done there.Now on the trailer side, you can see we've placed a mark right in the center of our coupler. Now, I need to mark from there back 30". That's going to be the center for our side bracket. We'll do that on both sides of our trailer. We're just going to create a square line there. Now, if 30" won't work, 30" is recommended. That's going to be the center of our bracket, so we'll have a little overhang this side, we'll have a little overhang this side. You can bring this in as much to 27 on center. You don't want to go any shorter than that, though, so definitely keep that in mind. This should be where it's going to work the best, somewhere between 30" on center which is ideal, as little as 27" on center, but the closer to 30 we get, the better.Now, for our clamps you can see we've taken one of our longer bolts there. You've got a lock washer and a nut on it. We're going to place that down over and we want our bolt to be dead center on our mark there, and then if we look we should be able to see our line coming right through the center of each of our holes there, place our other bolt in here on the bottom, and of course you're going to want to use the hole that most closely matches your frame, so if your frame is a little bit narrower this way than what ours is, you'll use one of the holes above it.Now just snug those down by hand ensuring that our line is going right through the middle of our holes there, then we do the same thing on the other side. Now as we keep our brackets in place we don't want these to move around at all. We need to tighten down our bolts here. These use a 19 millimeter or a 3/4". We want to tighten them down evenly from the top to the bottom. It's best to use a wrench on the back side because if you start turning this bolt, it wants to move our bracket a little bit so we'll use our wrench to tighten the nut first, and then once we have them down there pretty snug we can use our torque wrench to get that final torque measurement that'll be found in your instructions.Now we'll get our L-brackets put in place. They're going to slide right on the two welded on bolts there. For our initial set up we're going to use the middle two holes. We'll leave these two open and these two open. We may need to adjust it slightly later, just going to take our nylon lock nuts, going to thread those on and snug them down. Those will also use a 19. All right, we'll do that on both sides.Now, that's our side bracket set up. That's what we need to do on our trailer. Of course, we'll need to torque everything down once we have all of our set up done. But the only kind of real difference to that is going to be in a coupler style. This is a top mount coupler, you can see it's mounted to the top of the frame. If you have one of the trailers that has a bottom mount coupler, instead of us mounting these frame brackets so that these bolts we're closer to the top, those frame brackets would be flipped over.By flipping those over, we'll have that single hole at the bottom. We'll have our multiple holes up here at the top, and that's going to position these down lower so when we install our L-bracket, we'd install it the same way using those center holes, it would just be lower to accommodate for that coupler.Okay, now as we move onto this step in our set up, it's going to be getting everything kind of fine tuned. We'll want to use the table that we have here in the instructions, so the tow vehicle loaded for a trip but still uncoupled from trailer, the distance from the ground and the inside of that fender well which we saw earlier was 40". Once we coupled the trailer without weight distribution it came up to 40-3/4". What we're looking to get back to is the halfway point between those two. So that's going to be 40-3/8". So, that 40-3/8" is our target. That's the intended point we want to get back to, so we'll set it up and see how that goes.All right, now to get our Trunnion bars in place, you can see the little keeper tab right here. We're going to slide that up, place the bottom in, rotate the top in and then let that come back in behind it, and at that point we're going to bring our trailer, get it coupled to the truck here and we'll start making any adjustments we might need.All right, now we'll extend the jack. This is going to lift both the trailer and the truck up slightly. You can see as we do that, see how our Trunnion bars are getting closer to our brackets there This makes it a lot easier to get these things connected. Now we'll use our tool there, just going to get our Trunnion bars up into place, take our keys, we'll slide those down in and then use our provided clips to keep them in place. We'll do that on the other side as well.All right, now we've relaxed everything we've allowed with our weight distribution bars locked in place. We've taken all the weight you can see off of that trailer jack. Now we need to go check our measurements again. Front wheel first, we're looking to be at most 40-3/8". If we're not there, we need to add more washers in. If we're anywhere below 40, which is exactly where we started and that would be ideal, well then we need to take some washers out, but as long as we're between 40 and 40-3/8", it's going to be exactly what we want.Now, once we've confirmed we've got everything where we want it, we want to come back and torque down our L-brackets here that would be listed in your instruction, the torque you want to hit, and also get the main 3/4" bolts in our head torqued.All right guys, now back up here at the front, you can see we are right at 40". That's absolutely perfect. Anytime you're able to use a system and get right back to that measurement, that's ideal. But like we said, we had 3/8" there to play with, but I'm happy it's right where it's at. Now, in this particular set up with a Ram 2500, I think this is a 2018 model, we used the 1,200 pound kit, 1,200 pound arms and we used seven washers in there, so if you are going to be doing it on a 3/4" tongue, if it's pretty close to that, it's going to give you a good starting point.Here at the back, we're looking at about 42-3/4", so we're within about 3/4 of an inch of where we wanted that to be. We're putting less pressure on this rear end, it's going to save a lot of life in these rear suspension components. With that being said, I know it's a lot of information, but in my opinion and a lot of our customers opinions, this is an excellent way to go. Get the weight limit or the weight setting that's appropriate for your application. I think you'll be very happy with it.

Customer Reviews

Fastway e2 Weight Distribution w/ 2-Point Sway Control - Trunnion - 12,000 lbs GTW, 1,200 lbs TW - FA92-00-1200

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (295 Customer Reviews)

Two points of steel-on-steel friction work to prevent and correct trailer sway in this weight distribution system. Sway control brackets help to ensure that your trailer stays in line with your tow vehicle. Adjustable shank included.

- FA92-00-1200

Great service! Quick shipping! Great quality product! Using to pull my 33' Palomino V-Nose with my 2015 Silverado 15. Trailer pulls great! 272815

Extremely satisfied!
Rainy - 07/23/2017


- FA92-00-1200

Unpacked and inspected. Not used as of this review, but really looking forward to it in the coming days. This hitch will handle anything I plan to upgrade to in the future. Owned a leveler hitch in the 70's - nothing like this. Package weight is significant - ~50 lbs. No tubular parts - all solid steel. Extremely adjustable. This is serious equipment, not plug and play. Read the manual!!! Well packaged, shipped fast. Only issue was from manufacturer related to quality. Pry handle has rubber grip that was sliced somehow prior to packaging. Not etrailer fault. Have done several transactions w/ etrailer.com. All transactions simple and smooth. Friendly and knowledgeable. 465414

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I had a weight distribution hitch with chains and a separate sway bar prior to this that I had kept from a previous trailer. Not having had to buy it myself, I didn't realize that there were different setups for different weights of trailers and I was probably not using the proper one. A friend recommended I look into a bar setup with the integrated sway control control like this one. I bought the correct one for the trailer I have. Pricing was great and had free shipping at the time. Came with great instructions and the tutorial online was really helpful. The only difficulty with setup was having the strong enough tools. With everything I had LT tires with a good load range, help from my mechanic for the ball installation, and a friend for the rest of the hitch, I'm now driving level, with much more stability and control on the road. 661539

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We have our first trip planned for next week. The order was easy and it shipped and arrived on time. All good so hopefully the first trip with the new hitch will be as well.. 657508

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I was amazed to receive the hitch the day after I ordered it and free shipping. Not doubt I will do business whit Etrailer again. Thanks 580875

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Towing the camper is night and day different when compared to towing without it. So much better. 555277

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I use this to pull an 9000 Avenger with 960 lbs tongue weight, and it pulls perfectly with this hitch. It keeps my truck and trailer perfectly level and pulls with no sway, even in crosswinds. 539345

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Took our new RV Trailer out for a test camp, 3 days. Also first time using my new weight distribution hitch. What a difference!! Towed the trailer home before the hitch arrived. Got to see some pretty sky and rocked myself almost to sleep. With the hitch you can almost forget you have the big behemoth of a trailer behind you! Very pleased with not only the price!!! Kudos to my friend Lester Kuhn for recommending this product and company to me!!! 511766

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Good product but bad packaging, could have lost stuff, big holes in box 505469

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It was easy to assemble, and after using it I would not go back to the chain style W/D hitch. I did have to purchase a longer shank so I could open my tail gate and had to use longer safety chains. 481547

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troy was a great help 375199

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Easy installation. Installed in about a half hour 347978

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Exactly as described and fast shipping Thank you!!! 262145

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I never had any problems with this WD System. Everything went together rather smoothly and it seems to work as intended. It is very heavy, received the product in the mail in it's original box which was tore up pretty good. They should have packaged the hitch better, like inside of another box at least. It seems the paint will eventually come off pretty easily , so touching it up with some spray paint will be in order to maintain the hitch from rusting. 250777

Ive only used the hitch a couple of times within a year of owning it. The tool that has the hook on the end that is used to lift the stabilizing bars onto the hitch bends way to easy, it needs to be made out of stronger or thicker medal. One of the metal latches that hold the stabilizer bars in the socket broke off. The weld that held the pin that holds the latch broke off. But other then that it still works.
Jarrod D - 05/19/2017


- FA92-00-1200

The hitch worked great. Installation easy, no drilling into your trailer hitch, and just overall easy adjustment and installation. Good help on the phone with etrailer, would buy another product online from them anytime. 250726

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These Hitches are great products. Easy to install and use. E Trailer had the best price on the market 120680

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Great 117730

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Great product! Easy to install and set up with proper tools. Etrailer has excellent customer service! 94455

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Hitch arrived fast, great quality, went together easily and was easy to set up. Sway was immediately less than before even when I had my Curt friction sway control. VERY pleased. 56130

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Review from a similar Fastway e2 in Weight Distribution

Seems to work great. Have done a trial tow around the neighborhood. True test will be a real trip out of town. Was pretty easy to set up. Do not tighten the mounting bolts to shank until after the setup height, angles, etc are set. The lock tight material in those belts makes is REALLY hard to undo them if you need to. 719708

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Review from a similar Fastway e2 in Weight Distribution

Everything worked great 482566

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Review from a similar Fastway e2 in Weight Distribution

I have used this hitch on two different towing vehicles and I would recommend it. It is a good buy for the money ! 554969

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Review from a similar Fastway e2 in Weight Distribution

set up in 1 hour,works great. saved me from buying a new vehicle. 578365

- FA94-00-0600

Review from a similar Fastway e2 in Weight Distribution

The solution to dangerous issues. This system resolved many of my towing issues. I tow a food trailer. The hitch sagged and the lowered hitch raised the front end of my SUV. I also experienced sway and buffeting when tractor-trailers passed. Windy, wet nights and big trucks were white-knuckle drives. NO MORE. Nobody does it better than etrailer! They answer their phone! They are truly knowledgeable about their products and care about their clients. My first call directed me to my precise options. I ordered it on-line and it arrived a day ahead of schedule. I watched their exceptional installation video three times before attempting installation. This is what sets ET apart. They did not have one video - they had two - one for a truck and one for an SUV / VAN. What was not covered in the videos was only a call away. PAY ATTENTION HERE: The rig uses a set of stacked-washers to adjust the "angle" of the hitch ball. The more washers you use - the greater the angle and the higher the tension of the torsion bar. If you begin with too many washers, you may find that after you use the provided torsion bar installer (a variant on a crow-bar) to install your torsion/control-bars. YOU MAY NOT BE ABLE TO GET THE BARS BACK OFF! That was my case. And if you cannot get the bars off - you cannot remove the tow vehicle. I had no idea how to release all of that pressure without potentially hurting myself. Ugh. ONE CALL - THAT'S ALL! A quick call to ET. The rep understood my problem but he also understood that mine was a dangerous issue and sought additional help internally. He came back with "...this is going to sound odd but trust me. Chock your wheels. Raise your tow vehicle from the center of the tow bar until you raise your rear wheels off of the ground and until you can move the bars manually (a light tap with a hammer is a good indicator as to whether you have relieved enough pressure by raising the tow vehicle). When you can swing the bars manually - swing them out and away from the trailer and if you swing them far enough toward the tow vehicle, they will simply fall out of their socket. (There is also a release tab you can pull out - but I prefer this method.) It WORKED! Adjusting this type of system can be an arduous task that is well worth the effort and no company does a better job of selling, educating and servicing than ET. My local tow shop wanted to install a "chain" system without sway control and when I asked him what he thought of the "bar" systems - he said, "...hmm, I've never seen those before". Go with the experts and your own mechanical expertise. ET has your back. 593977

A year out and still working perfectly! White knuckle drives are a thing of the past. No more sway or buffeting by passing big rigs!
James F - 12/31/2019


- FA92-00-0600

Review from a similar Fastway e2 in Weight Distribution

The hitch is great! I installed the FA92-00-0600 on my 2014 Acura MDX to pull my 2019 Geo Pro 19BH camper. It is night and day between the old and new hitch. Way less bounce and herky jerky when starting and stopping. Really pleased with the hitch. Installation was straight forward though it took a bit of time to dial in just right. You also need some big wrenches for sure. I also bought the ALL643216 socket to attach the EQ91-00-6100 hitch ball. The packaging left something to be desired. Part of the box was falling apart and things fell out of the box when I moved it off my doorstep. The hitch is almost 100 lbs so I'm not totally surprised, but this could be improved for sure. 654983

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  • How to Determine Loaded Trailer Tongue Weight for Selecting Properly-Rated Trunnion Spring Bars
    A weight distribution hitch like the Fastway e2 system # FA92-00-1200 works over a range of trailer tongue weight (TW), usually a range of several hundred pounds. This particular system has an operating range of 800- to 1200-lbs of trailer tongue weight making it perfect for a total TW of about 1000-lbs. Based on the specs you mentioned if this is what you have it may well be over-rated for your trailer's actual loaded TW. Do please note that the weight of any cargo in the tow vehicle...
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  • When to Upgrade the Fastway e2 Weight Distribution System
    When choosing the best weight distribution system for your trailer you will want your total tongue weight (TTW) which is composed of the loaded ready to tow weight of the trailer by any cargo stored behind the rear axle of the tow vehicle to fall in the middle of the weight distribution system's capacity. This will allow for the most effective distribution of tongue weight and control of trailer sway. With a total tongue weight (TTW) of 992 lbs not including the water tank you plan to...
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  • Can 1,000 lb Fastway e2 Bars be Used with Head Unit for 800 lb System
    The Fastway e2 weight distribution (WD) 8,000 lb and 10,000 lb systems do use the same head units so you can easily use the 1,000 lb Trunnion Bars # FA92-01-1099 or 2 of the Rounds Bar # FA94-02-1099 with your current setup depending on which you have. I will say that if your trailer tongue weight is right at 1,000 lbs then you will want to take it up one more step if you have the trunnion bars and use the bars rated for 1,200 lb tongue weight # FA92-01-1299. This is because when it...
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  • Weight Distribution System Needed to Pull a 6,615 lb Trailer with a Ford F-150
    There are a few variables that need to be added together to determine the correct weight distribution (WD) system for any towing setup. First of all you need to find the tongue weight (TW) of your loaded trailer. When loaded properly, the TW of a trailer should be 10-15% of the loaded weight of the trailer. You can find this with a TW scale like part # 5780 or one of the methods in the linked article. Once your loaded TW is known you then need to add the weight of any cargo that will...
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  • Can the Fastway e2 Weight Distribution 800 Lbs Tongue Weight System be Upgraded to 1,200 Lbs
    Yes, you can upgrade the Fastway e2 Weight Distribution System, # FA92-00-0800, to a 1,200 lbs tongue weight. Using the replacement spring bars, # FA92-01-1099, will upgrade you WD system to a 1,000 lbs TW or use # FA92-01-1299 to upgrade to 1,200 lbs TW.
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  • Can the Fastway e2 Weight Distribution System Be Ordered With a 2-1/2 Inch Shank
    I do have an option for you but none of the Fastway e2 Weight Distribution Systems like part # FA92-00-1200 come with a 2-1/2" shank. Therefore, the best option you have is to replace the shank with the Equal-i-zer Weight Dist Shank part # EQ90-02-4900. The shank that comes with the Fastway e2 Weight Distribution Systems or most of our weight distribution systems for that matter most likely does not provide enough drop for your 2018 Ram 2500 so you would need a new, longer shank anyway....
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  • Comparison of Fastway e2 Weight Distribution Systems for Trailer with 800 Pounds Tongue Weight
    Both the # FA94-00-1061 and the # FA92-00-1000 weight distribution systems are rated for 1,000 pounds of tongue weight which is a good choice for your trailer that has 800 pounds of tongue weight. The difference between the two is that the # FA92-00-1000 uses trunion spring bars and # FA94-00-1061 uses round spring bars. There isn't much advantage either way except trunion bars connect to the head by sliding directly into it and round bars come in from the bottom. The benefit is that...
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  • Sway Control and Weight Distribution System Sway Control on 2017 Ford F-150
    Your Fastway e2 Weight Distribution w/ 2-Point Sway Control - Trunnion - 12,000 lbs GTW, 1,200 lbs TW # FA92-00-1200 is a decent system. It is not the best for sway control, but it should be working for you and your just under 30 foot trailer. The sway control built into your 2017 Ford F-150 is a frustrating system, that I also suggest turning off. It will use your brakes individually to slow you down and try to straighten your vehicle. The issue is actually the sway of the trailer,...
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  • Recommended Weight Distribution System For 2016 Ford F-150 Supercrew
    The best way to determine which weight distribution system to get is to know the total tongue weight. This would be the tongue weight of your ready-to-tow fully-loaded trailer added to the weight of any cargo placed behind the rear axle of your truck. If you are towing a trailer weighing 5,500-lbs the tongue weight should be somewhere between 550 and 825 lbs. Add 200 lbs of cargo and you are around 1025-lbs of tongue weight. I would recommend the Fastway e2 Weight Distribution System,...
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  • Weight Distribution Recommendation for 2017 Grand Design Imagine 2800 BH
    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 determining tongue weight for you to check out as well. You will want the loaded tongue weight of your setup to fall right in the middle of the tongue weight range of the system you use. Most likely your tongue weight...
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  • Recommended Weight Distribution System for 23 Foot Travel Trailer w/ 5400lb GVWR
    In addition to all the items on the trailer that will increase its dry tongue weight, you'll also need to add the weight of anything you carry in the bed of the truck behind the rear axle. The right way to do this is to load up the trailer as you would typically have it, and take it to a truck scale or use the # 5780 Sherline Tongue Weight Scale. Ideally, the TTW of your trailer should fall as close as possible to the middle of the effective range of the weight distribution system...
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  • Upgrading from 1,200 lb Tongue Weight Fastway Weight Distribution to 1,400 lb Equalizer
    Your best solution is going to be to go with the part # EQ37141ET. This is the # EQ37140ET but without the shank since you already have one. The head of your old system is not the same as the # EQ37140ET so new bars would not fit it. By the time you would piece together everything you would end up spending more than just ordering the part # EQ3714ET.
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  • Product Comparison Between The Fastway e2 And The Equal-i-zer Weight Distribution System
    The Fastway e2 Weight Distribution part # FA92-00-1200 and our Equal-i-zer Weight Distribution System part # EQ37140ET are both very similar products with minor differences. I recommend the Equal-i-zer Weight Distribution System for a few reasons. For starters, the Equal-i-zer products contains a 4-Point Sway control system whereas the Fastway e2 only has a 2-point system. The 2-point sway control system has sway control only at the ends of the springs bars on the trailer side. A system...
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  • Longer Shank Availability for a Equalizer 2-1/2 inch Weight Distribution System
    For a weight distribution shank that will give you additional drop you will want the Equal-I-Zer part # EQ90-02-4900. This will give you the ability to do up to 6 inches of drop. The current shank you would have would only be good for up to 1-5/8 inches of drop if you have the # FA92-00-1200 that you mentioned. Your new BFF, Jameson
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  • Fastway e2 Weight Distribution System Installation and Operation for Travel Trailer
    When using a weight distribution system like the Fastway e2 # FA94-00-1061, your L-brackets are used with the bars to help control sway. Unfortunately your photos did not come through, but wear is normal...grooves are not. Not knowing what system you actually have, I have linked the above part as the most likely fit for your trailer weight. Normally the tongue weight of a trailer is between 10 and 15% of the trailer weight when loaded and you also need to add to that tongue weight any...
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  • Recommendation on a Weight Distribution and Sway Control with an 18 Inch Shank Extension
    When trying to decide on a proper weight distribution (WD) system for your towing rig, you will need to know the total tongue weight (TTW) of your set-up. The total tongue weight will be a fully loaded ready to tow trailer, plus any weight located behind the rear axle of your GMC Sierra. You want to use a system where your total tongue weight will fall in between the WD system's tongue weight range. I have attached an article that will explain how to find the TTW of your towing rig. Once...
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  • Recommended Weight Distribution System With Sway Control For 33-Ft Heartland Travel Trailer
    The most important thing you need o know when choosing a weight distribution hitch is the total tongue weight. This 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. The tongue weight of a trailer is typically 10 to 15 percent of the trailer so for a dry weight of 6780-lbs it could range from 678-lbs to 1017-lbs. The WD system they gave you may not be big enough. for the Fastway system # FA94-00-0800, we offer...
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  • Is a Weight Distribution System Recommended for a 2015 Chevy Silverado 1500 with 7,000 Lb Trailer
    A weight distribution system is recommended if the gross trailer weight (GTW) of the trailer is more than 50% of the vehicle's gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR). Therefore, yes I would recommend using a weight distribution system on your 2015 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 even though you already have a set of airbags. The reason for this is that not only will the system work to improve braking and handling, most of them have built-in sway control which is an extremely useful added bonus. Trailer...
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  • Best Fastway Weight Distribution System for a Total Tongue Weight of 900+ Lbs
    In order to choose the correct weight distribution system, you will need to find the total tongue weight (TTW) of your towing setup by adding the tongue weight (TW) of both your loaded ready to tow trailer and any cargo stored behind the rear axle of the tow vehicle. An easy way to find this would involve using a tongue weight scale like the Sherline Trailer Tongue Weight Scale part # 5780. When choosing a weight distribution system, you will want your TTW to fall in the middle of the...
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  • Does Replacement Fastway e2 L-Pin # FA92-03-9205 Fit 12k Rated Fastway e2 Kit
    The replacement L-pin part # FA92-03-9205 that you referenced fits Fastway e2 kits that are 6,000-lb, 8,000-lb, 10,000-lb, or 12,000-lb.
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  • Weight Distribution System Recommendation for a 2010 Lincoln Navigator and 7,500 Pound Trailer
    The factory installed trailer hitch on your 2010 Lincoln Navigator is indeed rated for use with weight distribution. The hitch itself is rated for 9,000 pounds gross trailer weight when used with weight distribution. However you will be limited to the capacity of your specific model of the Navigator. If you have the standard trailer tow package (with just a 4-Way flat trailer connector) and either 2- or 4-wheel drive the maximum towing capacity is 6,000 pounds. If you have the optional...
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  • How to Determine Correct Fastway e2 Weight Distribution System
    To determine the correct Fastway weight distribution system for your setup you need to find your total tongue weight. You need to determine your trailer's loaded, and ready to tow tongue weight and combine it with the amount of weight you have behind the rear axle of your 2013 Ram 1500. You want your total tongue weight to fall somewhere within the range of the system you choose. From my research your trailer has a GVWR of 7,635 pounds. If you're loading your trailer to its full capacity...
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  • Can Older Model Eaz Lift Weight Distribution System be Upgraded with Higher Rated Bars
    Although we do not carry Eaz Lift products, I did speak with someone there and she informed that the new weight distribution bars will not fit with older model weight distribution hitches because on the newer design the head of the bars are a little bigger and the locking slot is a bit lower. If you want to upgrade your weight distribution system without spending too much, I recommend the Fastway e2 # FA92-00-1200. This system has a tongue weight capacity of 1200 lbs and you would just...
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  • Recommendation for Weight Distribution System on a Ram 3/4 Ton Truck and 8,000 Lbs Trailer
    When deciding on a weight distribution system for your vehicle and trailer you will need to know what your total loaded ready-to-tow trailer tongue weight. The total tongue weight will include the weight of a loaded trailer, plus any weight of any cargo you may have loaded the rear axle of your vehicle. I have linked an article that will explain how to find the total tongue weight between your trailer and vehicle. Now if your trailer's Gross Trailer Weight (GTW) is 8000 lbs and you...
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  • Replacing Swivel Jack on Coleman Fleetwood Pop-Up Trailer
    It sounds like an A-Frame jack might be the way to go for you. If the gusset of your trailer tongue A-frame has the jack mounting holes, the Pro Series # PSRV20000103 would work great for you. The jack has a total lift of 14 inches, and a fully retracted mounting bracket height of 9 inches. If your A-frame does not have the mounting hole, you could replace the coupler with one that does. You will want to choose a coupler with the appropriate weight rating and for the same ball size as...
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  • How to Get Most Out of Trailer Hitch on a 2005 Dodge Durango
    All of the trailer hitch receivers that are designed for your 2005 Dodge Durango, like the Draw-Tite # 75162 you referenced, have a maximum tongue weight capacity of 600 pounds unless you're using a weight distribution. They increase to 900 pounds tongue weight with weight distribution, as long as your vehicle is rated that high. Since you're planning to tow up to 5,000 I recommend weight distribution anyway. Anytime your loaded trailer is at least 50 percent of the tow vehicle's weight...
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  • Recommended Weight Distribution System For A 9000 lb Trailer
    In order to determine the best weight distribution system for your towing setup, you will need to calculate the total tongue weight of your loaded ready to tow trailer and any cargo stored behind the rear axle of the tow vehicle. To do this, I suggest you consider the Sherline Trailer Tongue Weight part # 5780. This scale will allow for an easy and accurate reading each and every time you change the tongue weight of your towing setup. If you find your total tongue weight to be around...
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  • Can Equal-i-zer Head be Used with Fastway e2 Weight Distribution System
    All weight distribution system parts, except for the shank component that fits into your tow vehicle's trailer hitch, are proprietary and brand-specific. You will not be able to use a different brand head like the Equal-i-zer # EQ90-02-1200 with your existing Fastway trunnion bars and other parts. If you are still experiencing sway issues with your Fastway e2 Weight Distribution System # FA92-00-1200 installed, then there are a couple of things you can try that may help. I first...
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  • Can the Fastway e2 # FA94-00-1061 be Used for a Loaded Trailer Tongue Weight of 700 lbs
    If your loaded tongue weight plus the weight of any cargo behind the rear axle of your tow vehicle is within the 600 lbs - 1,000 lbs tongue weight range of the Fastway e2 Weight Distribution System # FA94-00-1061 then yes, it is right where you need it to be. Just be mindful that if you will be upgrading to a trailer that is quite a bit bigger then you may be better off going with the trunnion bar system # FA92-00-1000 instead. This will allow you to simply swap out the bars with part...
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  • How to Choose a Weight Distribution System for a 2006 Chevy Silverado 1500
    In order to choose the correct weight distribution system, you will need to know your trailer's tongue weight. You can measure that in a number of ways, either by using the Sherline Tongue Weight Scale, # 5780, or one of the methods described in the help article I have linked below. You want your tongue weight to be somewhere in the middle of the system range, so if you have a tongue weight of 1,000 lbs, a weight distribution system that has a maximum tongue weight capacity of 1,200 lbs...
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