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doughere

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I have ordered a 29 foot 7400 lb gross / 600 lb hitch weight trailer. Will be towing with a 2018 F150 (9000 towing, 2000 payload).

I'm looking at a Husky Husky 32217 Center Line TS WDH to use for this unit. Anyone have any experience with this hitch and similar sized unit; or advise on what might be problems with it.

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Doug

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Be careful with the TV max weight after loading water, propane and stuff in the TT.


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doughere wrote:

I have ordered a 29 foot 7400 lb gross / 600 lb hitch weight trailer. Will be towing with a 2018 F150 (9000 towing, 2000 payload).

I'm looking at a Husky Husky 32217 Center Line TS WDH to use for this unit. Anyone have any experience with this hitch and similar sized unit; or advise on what might be problems with it.

Regards,
Doug


That hitch really looks cheap and not made real well and IMO there are MUCH, MUCH better and more robust WDH/Sway systems out there like Reese and Equal-i-zer.

I would pass on that system.

Larry


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doughere wrote:

I have ordered a 29 foot 7400 lb gross / 600 lb hitch weight trailer. Will be towing with a 2018 F150 (9000 towing, 2000 payload).

I'm looking at a Husky Husky 32217 Center Line TS WDH to use for this unit. Anyone have any experience with this hitch and similar sized unit; or advise on what might be problems with it.

Regards,
Doug


I have one and have used it for three years. Works great, easy setup, no sway at all. My TT is about the same weight as yours, I have the 800-1200 lb bars. Your loaded tongue weight will most likely be more than 800 lb.


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The 32218 looks like the size you need.


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