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Old 05-24-2016, 01:10 PM   #31
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Good morning,
Just purchased a 195 ourselves and absolutely love it. First trip was this weekend and had a great time.
Question, wondering if a weight distribution hitch is overkill on trailer of the size.
May help to include the current TV is a newer Nissan Xterra.
I would rather be safe than sorry?

Thanks advance for your help and opinions.
we pull ours with a 2016 chevy Colorado, truck has a 7000lb tow capacity with 750lb tongue weight max. we have an E2 wdh, I could pull the TT without it however I am really more comfortable with the wdh.
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Old 05-24-2016, 06:38 PM   #32
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We have a Ridgeline and Honda insists no wdh be used. Why? I have no idea
The back of the truck drops about two inches hitched but the trailer is level . I was worried about floaty front tires. That now is a non worry . We do also have a 46 lb generator and some tools and 2.5 gal extra gas in the truck so it's not badly overloaded there
Your springs in your TV may be different so I can't say you will or won't need a wdh
Sway command is awesome. It does work.
So does a separate brake command in the mountains or on the highway. Some jerk stopped in front of us on I 40 in OK city and backed up to get to his left exit he missed. In the high speed lane
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