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  • 26K-Rated 5th Wheel Hitch Options for 2018 Ford F-350 Super Duty with Factory Prep Package
  • If your 2018 Ford F-350 Super Duty with factory 5th wheel prep is a long bed you can used a fixed 5th wheel hitch designed for that factory prep package. The highest-rated 5th wheel we offer for this setup is the 26.5K Reese Elite Series # RP30871. This includes a wiring harness and comes fully-assembled. A review video to illustrate is linked for you. This hitch drops into the factory pucks with no rails needed and it allows you to have a clear bed when you need it. If you prefer the...
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  • Comparison of Husky Center Line TS Husky Center Line HD and Equal-I-zer Weight Distribution Systems
  • The Husky Center Line TS is a great weight distribution system at a good price point. It has built-in sway control using steel on steel friction. We offer four complete Husky Center Line TS systems: # HT32218 for 1,200 pounds tongue weight # HT32217 for 800 pounds tongue weight # HT32216 for 600 pounds tongue weight with a 2-5/16 inch hitch ball # HT32215 for 600 pounds tongue weight with a 2 inch hitch ball The Center Line HD is more effective at sway control because it has...
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  • Husky Center Line Weight Distribution Recommendation for 2018 Jayco Jay Flight 242BHSW
  • 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. Typically tongue weight is 10-15...
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  • Fifth Wheel Rail Kit Recommendation for 2017 Ford F-250 with No Frame Drilling
  • I have a fifth wheel rail kit solution for your 2017 Ford F-250 short bed, but at this time there are no fits from Husky (as of Nov. 1 2016). Instead we have the Reese rail kit part # RP50074-58 which is custom fit for your truck and does not require any drilling into the truck frame. It comes with rails that you would need to use too since we don't recommend mixing rail and bracket manufacturers. This rail kit is compatible with Husky fifth wheel rails.
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  • Husky Weight Distribution System Needing 5 Inches of Adjustment at Shank
  • It sounds like you are interested in a shank for the Husky Center Line Weight Distribution w/ Sway Control - Trunnion - 8,000 lbs GTW, 800 lbs TW, # HT32217. This weight distribution system comes with the shank that has a maximum rise of 6-1/2 inches and a maximum drop of 1-1/4 inches. If you need a different shank for larger drop or rise, you will want the Curt Welded Weight Distribution Shank 7" - 10 Hole Adjustment, # C17123. If you need a larger drop than that, we also have the...
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  • Fifth Wheel Hitch Height for 2017 Chevy Silverado 3500 With 21-3/8 Inch Sides on Bed
  • In order to determine the correct hitch and height settings, you will need to take a couple quick measurements. Start by parking both your 2017 Chevy Silverado 3500 and new fifth wheel on level ground. You will then measure from the plate of the pin box to the ground. After that measure from the bed floor of your Silverado to the ground. The difference between these two measurements is the height of the hitch you'll need, keeping in mind you are going to need to keep your trailer level...
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  • Husky Spring Bars Compatibility with Trailer Hitch Weight of 476 lbs
  • The Replacement Spring Bar for Husky Towing Round Bar Weight Distribution Hitches - Qty 1 # HT31521 are designed for trailers with a total tongue weight (loaded trailer tongue weight along with any cargo behind the rear axle of your tow vehicle) between 801 and 1200 lbs. These bars will be far too strong for your trailer and could cause a rough ride and even some wheel bounce. I definitely do not recommend them for your trailer. My recommendation is to use a system more suited for...
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  • Will a 3,500 Pound Capacity Electric Jack Work Well on 7,500 Pound Travel Trailer
  • You can use a 3,500 pound capacity electric A-frame jack for your 7,500 pound travel trailer. The jack capacity does not need to match the weight of the trailer since the jack will not be lifting the weight of the entire trailer, only the trailer's weight at the tongue. Our most popular 3,500 pound A-frame electric jack is the Stromberg Carlson Electric Trailer Jack with 23 inch Lift # JET-3755. I've attached a review video of this jack for you. If you're concerned about the 3,500...
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  • Fit and Compatibility of Husky Centerline TS Weight Distribution System
  • Don't worry, I can help explain how to find the right weight distribution system for you. First thing to know is to choose the right weight distribution it will be based on loaded tongue weight, which is typically between 10-15 percent of the trailer and anything in addition to that loaded behind the rear axle. It's important that you fall within the middle of the loaded tongue weight capacity for best support. Based on your GVW that puts you at anywhere from 387-708lbs. The Husky...
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  • Replacement Weight Distribution Shank for 2-1/2-Inch Hitch on 2017 Ram Pickup
  • We can help you with a solution to let you use your Husky Centerline 2-inch weight distribution hitch in your Ram's 2-1/2-inch receiver. There are two ways you can go. One solution is to install a hitch reducer sleeve in your Ram's 2-1/2-inch hitch, an item such as Reese # 58102, Curt # C45405 or Gen-Y # 325-GH-007. This will take up the slack inside the 2-1/2-inch receiver so that your 2-inch Husky shank fits properly. The other and better way to go is to replace the shank component...
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  • Drop Shank Options for Husky Centerline Weight Distribution System
  • All of the weight distribution systems use the same shank mounting dimensions so other brands of weight distribution shanks can be used with your Husky Centerline TS. If you need just a few more inches of drop the Curt shank part # C17123 would work well. For a bit more of a drop the # C17124 would work well. The largest drop we have is the part # C17125 which probably would be too much for you setup.
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  • What is the Correct Weight Distribution System to Use With a Empty Tongue Weight of 1270 Lbs
  • If your travel trailer will have a unloaded tongue weight of 1270 lbs, then the Husky Center Line Weight Distribution System, # HT32218 will be too small for your application. When choosing a weight distribution system it is best to have your total tongue weight (the loaded and ready tow tongue weight) fall in between the tongue weight range that the weight distribution system is rated. Total tongue weight will also include any cargo that you will have loaded in your vehicle that is located...
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  • Replacement Head and Hardware For Husky Center Line Weight Distribution System
  • You will need a few items to replace the head for your Husky Centerline Weight Distribution system, part # HT32218. First, you will need the replacement head, part # HT32328. Since the ball platform and the hardware are sold separately I will also list those. For the ball mount you will need part # HT32336. For the mounting hardware you will need part # HT32340. The shank that comes with the # HT32218 system is part # HT31518. This 10-inch shank has a 4-1/2 rise and 6-3/4 inch drop. Actually,...
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  • Recommendation on a A-Frame Tongue Jack for a Trailer
  • For an electric A-frame trailer jack, I recommend the Husky Brute Electric Trailer Jack, # HT87248. The Bulldog Powered Jack, # BD500187, would work well on your trailer; however, I like the Husky jack because of its low-friction ball screw and ball bearing design. The Husky jack will give you 3,000 lbs of lifting capacity, but at far less power draw than the other A-frame jacks. The smooth action low-friction screw will minimize resistance and allow the jack to extend and retract...
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  • Does Husky Center Line Weight Distribution System Allow for Backing Up?
  • Yes, you can back-up with the Husky Center Line Weight Distribution # HT32218 attached. This model may work for you so long as its tongue weight range of 800 lbs to 1,200 lbs is the right range for your needs. To determine this you will 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 F-250. The tongue weight is typically between 10% and 15% of your trailer's...
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  • Possible Replacement King Pin Cup Recommendation for Tripod Stabilizer
  • The cup of the Husky Locking 5th Wheel King Pin Stabilizer # HT75203 that you referenced is designed to fit standard king pin dimensions. Are you trying to replace the cup of your current tripod possibly? If you have an Ultra Fab tripod you might need the Replacement King Pin Cup # UF19-001081. I attached a picture with it's dimensions.
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  • Replacement Clip for Replacement L-Pin and Lanyard Set for Husky Center Line Weight Distribution
  • The spring slip with the Husky Centerline that holds the L-Pin and Lanyard Set # HT32337 in place is a standard clip. You can use # 55515.
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  • Adapter for Husky 26k Sliding Fifth Wheel Hitch on 2018 Ford F-350 With Fifth Wheel Prep Package
  • Yes, you can still use your Husky Silver Series 26K W 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch # HT31318-32042 with your 2018 Ford F-350 that has the fifth wheel prep package. To do this you are going to need the Demco 5th Wheel Rail Adapter for Ford OEM 5th Wheel Towing Prep Package # DM6175. This adapter fits directly into the puck system of your '18 F-350 and will allow you to mount your Husky fifth wheel hitch. The only thing to note is that the Demco adapter has a 25,000 lb capacity, which is 1,000...
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  • Troubleshooting Husky Brute Electric Trailer Jack That is Clicking
  • If your Husky Brute Electric Trailer Jack # HT87247 is only making a clicking noise and you have checked the power source there are a couple of other issues that may be occurring. Start by checking your ground connection to ensure it is secured to a clean, bare metal surface free of any type of paint or corrosion. The other issue may be that you have a bad switch that needs replacing and the correct replacement for the Husky # HT87247 is the Replacement Operating Switch for Husky Brute...
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  • Will Husky 5th Wheel Brackets HT32556 Fit a 2018 Ram 2500 with Factory Air Suspension System
  • The Husky 5th wheel frame brackets # HT32556, as well as the full kit that includes the rails, # HT32556-686, will indeed fit your 2018 Ram 2500 with the factory air suspension system! I have linked a video of the full kit for you. You mentioned that you will also be using the center bolt kit # HT32059. That is a great idea and definitely what I would have recommended for you. Nice work!
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  • Available Covers for 5th Wheel Pin Boxes
  • A 5th wheel pin box can certainly provide nooks and crannies for birds to nest so a cover like # LC301459 from Lippert can help not only keep out pests but also reduce wind drag. Part # LC301459 fits the popular Lippert 1621 pin box, as does the grey cover # LC301460 and the white cover # LC301458.
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  • Comparing Husky Centerline Weight Distribution System With The Reese Straightline WD System
  • The Husky Center Line Weight Distribution w/ Sway Control - Trunnion - 12,000 lbs GTW, 1,200 lbs TW # HT32218 system is a good system. It uses a 4 point, metal on metal friction to control sway as it occurs. It comes with the 2-5/16 inch hitch ball. It uses no lift chains, so the system is very easy to use. The Reese Strait-Line Weight Distribution System w Sway Control - Trunnion Bar - 12,000 lbs GTW, 1,200 lbs TW # RP66084 uses a dual cam system with hot rolled spring bars to keep...
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  • Recommended Weatherproof Cover For Husky Brute 4500 Electric Trailer Jack
  • I recommend the Ultra-Fab Protective Cover for Electric A-Frame Jacks - Vinyl - 14-1/2" x 15-1/2" # UF38-944026. This vinyl cover will protect your Husky Brute Jack # HT87247 from UV rays, dirt, grime, and inclement weather.
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  • Replacement Components for Husky Weight Distribution System
  • If you're just looking to replace the retaining pin, you can get the pins for Husky systems by themselves, # HT32335. These are compatible with Husky Center Line systems # HT32215, # HT32216, # HT32217, and # HT32218. The spring bars are a bit more model-specific. For models 31423 and 31428, you need # HT31521. For model # HT32217, you need # HT32330. For model # HT32218, you need # HT32329. For models 31425 and 31513, you need # HT31522. Husky has had a few different...
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  • Recommended 5th Wheel Rail Installation for Husky Slider Hitch on 2018 Toyota Tundra 6.5 Foot Bed
  • The custom-fit brackets of the # HT31410-686 mount to existing holes in your Toyota Tundra's frame. You will only need to drill holes in the bed of your truck for the rails, but the brackets and frame will require no drilling. There are installation instructions attached for the mounting bracket kit # HT31410 that is part of that kit to assist. For an easier to use kit, I recommend the Reese Quick-Install Custom Installation Kit w/ Base Rails for 5th Wheel Trailer Hitches # RP50084-58...
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  • Weight Distribution System Recommendation for Light Travel Trailer R-Pod 179
  • 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. That means your tongue weight is...
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  • How to Determine Correct Rise or Drop for Weight Distribution System
  • There is an easy way for you to find out the shank you need with your Husky Centerline weight distribution system like # HT32217. First, make sure both your 2011 Ford F-250 and Forest River travel trailer are parked on level ground; you'll then want to measure from the ground to the top of the inside of your hitch receiver. Next, measure from the ground to the bottom of your trailer's coupler and find the difference between the two measurements. If the height of your hitch is greater,...
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  • Electric Tongue Jack for Straight Pole Tongue Recommendation
  • The only electric power jack we have for the pole tongue is the Fulton XLT Powered Drive Trailer Jack - Drop Leg - Side Mount - 22" Lift - 2,500 lbs # F141401. This jack will allow up to 22 inches of lift using the 8 inch drop leg and 14 inches of screw travel and will fit 3 to 5 inch tall frames. The only way to use a caster wheel on this jack is to remove the drop leg and use a caster wheel like the Pro Series 6", Detachable Caster w/ Pin for 2" Diameter Jacks # PS1400750340. The...
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  • Best Weight Distribution System to Tow a 2015 Forest River Wolf Pup 16BHS with a 2013 Toyota 4Runner
  • A weight distribution (WD) system with sway control (SC) is always recommended when the gross weight of the loaded trailer is at least half of the weight of the tow vehicle. Since this is the case with your 2015 Forest River Wolf Pup 16BHS and 2013 Toyota 4Runner I highly recommend using a WD/SC system to keep the trailer's tongue weight (TW) from negatively affecting your front axle steering and braking performance. To determine the best WD/SC for your towing setup you first need to...
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  • Which Husky Centerline Weight Distribution System for a 4,300 lb Trailer
  • A properly rated and set up weight distribution would not require the truck to have helper springs installed. In most cases doing so causes the ride quality to suffer as it would get harsher. The Husky Centerline system you would want for your trailer weight of 4,300 lbs would be the part # HT32217 which has a tongue weight range of 600-800 lbs. Your tongue weight is most likely going to be 650 lbs. If your tongue was lighter instead you would want the part # HT32215 which has a tongue...
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