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Draw-Tite 1200 lb. PRO SERIES W/D KIT

Draw-Tite 1200 lb. PRO SERIES W/D KIT
Draw-Tite 1200 lb. PRO SERIES W/D KIT
SKU: 49570
Draw-Tite Pro Series bolt together Round Bar style weight distribution hitch kit with shank. More details...
List Price: $328.99
Price: $299.95
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12,000 lbs 1,200 lbs The innovative Pro Series* RB2 weight distribution is engineered to provide the features you expect in a weight distribution kit at an economical price.
  • New combination single piece cast head
  • Easy to use adjusting washers
  • Hex washer style allows for quick spring bar tension adjustment
  • Compatible with Friction Sway Conntrol (both sides)
  • Includes Shank 63970

5 year limited warranty



DETERMINING THE CORRECT WEIGHT DISTRIBUTING HITCH:

Tongue Weight includes the trailer tongue weight with full gas, water, waste systems and a packed trailer.

Estimate the car trunk load (includes all items carried in the back of the vehicle).

Match the sum of these weights to the proper hitch. For example, a tongue weight of 500 lbs., coupled with a car trunk load of 200 lbs., equates total hitch weight of 700 lbs.

From the Guide, the "example" vehicle-trailer combination would require a 750 Weight Distributing Hitch. If there is a future possibility of buying a heavier trailer, it may be wise to select a heavier Weight Distributing Hitch.

Make sure the tongue weight and the gross trailer weight do not exceed the tow vehicle manufacturer's recommended capacities.

The hitch selected must have a maximum Gross Trailer Weight rating equal to or greater than, the trailer rating.

Tongue weight should be at least 10% of gross trailer weight.

Tips for calculating proper shank drop/rise:

  • Measure from ground to top of receiver hitch opening.
  • Measure from ground to inside top of trailer coupler.
  • Subtract hitch ball height (not including trailer ball shank) from coupler height measurement.
  • Difference between receiver height and final coupler height measurement is the amount of shank drop or rise needed.
Example:
Top of receiver measures 24"
Top of coupler measures 19"
Trailer ball measures 3" high
Drop needed 8"

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