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Old 08-06-2009, 11:29 AM   #183
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Originally Posted by SteveH View Post
Here's a WD hitch that only uses one bar, and is designed for trailers up to 4,000 pounds, and for tongue weights from 100-400 pounds. So, it would work well on even early model Bambis with a moderate to small tow vehicle. Probably not needed with a 3/4 ton truck, however.

Single Bar Weight Distribution Kit for A-Frame 3205 : Trailer hitch bike rack and trailer hitches -

Later I will give a report on how this hitch does, as I have one on order to use with the 17' Casita that I use going to RC funflys.
Thanks for posting that. I'll be interested to hear how you like it. If we ever switch to a smaller tow vehicle, I'll be looking for lightweight WD.


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Old 08-06-2009, 12:38 PM   #184
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Have you ever flipped or wrecked your airstream with a Henseley properly installed????? If so reply to this forum.Anyone???? I'm honestly very interested to hearing your responses.Also any stories about how your Henseley saved your rig. Thanks MI Silver

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Old 08-06-2009, 07:53 PM   #185
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In reading all these posts, unless I missed it I haven't seen a single person speak about the Draw-Tite WD hitch. When I bought my 2001 S-10 Blazer, the dealership threw in a Class IV hitch and the Draw-Tite stinger and bars, which are rated at 750lbs. I've since sold the Blazer, but I kept the Draw-Tite. Last year, when I sold our 3500 Ram, I left the Reese setup with it. I pulled out the Draw-Tite and put it on our F350 King Ranch, and I think it does a great job with our Sovereign. Then again, I can tow without the WD bars and there's not much of a difference...that King Ranch is a tank, and with a 1400lb hauler bed, it's not going anywhere.

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