I'm just commenting on my experience with the Anderson hitch.
It's possible that a WDH is not needed if your truck suspension can handle the Casita
. I've also used air lifts in the past on other vehicles and those also help to level out the tug.
I'm now towing a 26 ft. conventional trailer
, and for me, the WDH levels out the truck and puts weight
back onto my truck's front wheels, which is where 60% the truck's braking resides. It sure comes in handy when trying to stop in a hurry on wet pavement. It's also nice to have headlights aimed properly while your towing.
I didn't do any welding for the frame brackets. The instructions say to screw the set screws in till they contact the frame, then give them 2 more turns. That puts a pretty significant dimple in the frame and so far nothing has moved. I've heard that others temporarily install the brackets/set screws to mark the frame where the set screws contact. Then, they remove the brackets, increase the size of the dimple, and re-install the brackets and set screw. I haven't been tempted to do that.