WDH Question Part 2 - Fiberglass RV


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Old 11-10-2019, 03:58 PM   #1
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WDH Question Part 2

Hey All,
I thank you for all your responses. You have convinced me to continue to use a weight distribution hitch with the Silverado. My next question is. can I use the one I have, which was set up for my RAV4 or do I need a new one. The Casita is in storage and I donít remember the brand of the WDH offhand. It was purchased from Casita when I picked up the trailer.
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Old 11-10-2019, 04:53 PM   #2
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Most RV stores sell two WDH sizes based largely on the trailer size.
You probably have the right one (unless its overkill)
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Thanks Floyd, I appreciate the response.
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Your WDH is likely sized correctly and can be adjusted to tow and trailer.
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If your wdh has a rise or drop built into it and it is not adjustable it will work if the old receiver and the new are the same height or close. I have had one which was adjustable and several others which were not.
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I've used mine with several trailers. As long as the weight capacity is sufficient and they fit height wise you should be good.
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