Flipping a shank?
I bought a used 2015 287 BHSW that came with a Reese WDH, I already owned a 2012 F150, Ecoboot, with tow package, not the max tow package. I know I'm stretching the limits of the tow vehicle, but I need to make the best of it. This is my first experience two this large of trailer.
I bought it from a private party, hooked it up and drove it home about 90 miles in the Appalachian mountains. I was very happy with how it handled, and impressed with the power of the engine.
We loaded our supplies and have been out two times. I do notice slight proposing on bumps, and a little sway, nothing crazy, and I drive conservatively.
I don't having scales near me, but it does appear I have too much weight on the hitch. From measuring I want to get the ball higher on the hitch.
Can I flip the shank over, or is it specifically designed to only work one way?
I have attached a few pictures for suggestions.
Thanks for any advice.