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B&W Continuum Weight Distribution System w/ Sway Control for 2.5" Hitch - 16K GTW, 1.6K TW

B&W Continuum Weight Distribution System w/ Sway Control for 2.5" Hitch - 16K GTW, 1.6K TW

Item # BW28FR
Our Price: $1,319.00
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Shipping Weight: 113 lbs
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The Continuum is so quiet, you just might forget you have it. No more snapping bars up onto noisy brackets. Easy to install, distributes weight with precision, controls sway, and is easily adjustable. 2-5/16" Ball and 2-1/2" shank included. Great Prices for the best weight distribution hitch from B and W. B&W Continuum Weight Distribution System w/ Sway Control for 2.5" Hitch - 16K GTW, 1.6K TW part number BW28FR can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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B and W Weight Distribution Hitch - BW28FR

  • 1000 lbs
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  • Fits 2-1/2 Inch Hitch
  • WD With Sway Control
  • Allows Backing Up
  • B and W
  • Includes Shank
  • Electric Brake Compatible
  • Prevents Sway

The Continuum is so quiet, you just might forget you have it. No more snapping bars up onto noisy brackets. Easy to install, distributes weight with precision, controls sway, and is easily adjustable. 2-5/16" Ball and 2-1/2" shank included.


Features:

  • Evenly distributes weight over axles of tow vehicle and trailer for stability and control
    • Creates a more level ride for both tow vehicle and trailer
  • Super-quiet sway control works without noisy brackets or add-on sway bars
    • No screeching steel or popping brackets
    • Silent friction sway control inside hitch head helps hold trailer steady at connection point
  • Perfect weight balance is easy to achieve with the pump of a pressurized handle
    • Keep track of the psi setting to recreate your perfect tow setup every time you hit the road
    • Make adjustments on-the-fly, even on the side of the road
    • Get more leverage when pumping at higher pressure levels by extending the handle
  • Huge tongue weight range can handle almost anything
    • Grows with you as you upgrade to larger trailers and campers
    • Uses flexible load bars that support light and heavy loads alike
  • Fast and easy setup every time
    • Preset pitch in the system head means it's always ready to go - no need to adjust
    • No more circling your trailer to snap spring bars into place - single-piece load bar assembly can be set up entirely from driver's side
  • Built-in grease zerks in the head make routine maintenance easy
  • Durable and corrosion-resistant, powder coated, cast iron components
  • System includes head assembly, adjustable shank, hitch ball, hydraulic pump and cylinder, load bar assembly, and all necessary hardware
  • Made in the USA


Specs:

  • Tongue weight: 600 lbs - 1,600 lbs
  • Maximum gross towing weight: 16,000 lbs
  • Application:
    • 2-1/2" x 2-1/2" Trailer hitch receivers rated for use with weight distribution systems
    • Fits trailer frame height of 5" or 6"
    • Compatible with tow vehicles with or without an auto-leveling system
  • Ball size: 2-5/16"
  • Maximum drop: 3-1/2"
  • Maximum rise: 9-3/8"
  • Shank length:
    • 6-3/8" From center of hitch pin hole to center of adjustment holes
    • 6" From center of hitch pin hole to front of shank
  • Total height adjustment along shank: 10-1/2"
    • Overall height: 8-3/4"
    • Head adjusts in 3-1/2" increments
  • Space between load bars: 6-1/2"
  • Weight of load bar assembly: 20 lbs
  • Weight of system head: 35 lbs
  • Limited lifetime warranty



Notes:

  • The B&W Continuum cannot be used with surge-type trailer brakes.
  • When installed, the lowest point of the system will sit about 9" below your trailer frame. Check your ground clearance to see how much space you'll have with it installed.

Shank dimensions of B and W Continuum head unit

Included w/ BW28FR Required - Sold Separately Optional Add-Ons
  • Head unit
  • Mounting hardware for 5" and 6" trailer frames
  • Hydraulic pump and cylinder
  • Load bar assembly
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Diagram showing weight distribution on a truck and towing a camper

Create a stable ride for your tow vehicle and trailer with a weight distribution (WD) system. Adding load bars to your towing system applies leverage, which transfers the load that is pushing down on the rear of your vehicle to all the axles on both your tow vehicle and your trailer, resulting in an even distribution of weight throughout. The result is a smooth, level ride, as well as the ability to tow the maximum capacity of your hitch.


A New Way to Solve Sway

When your tongue weight is perfectly balanced, you can achieve sway control without the need for additional sway bars or noisy, friction-inducing brackets. The Continuum allows you to do just that. The single-piece load bar assembly on this system is designed to transfer weight off of the coupling point and evenly disperse it over the axles of your truck and trailer instead.


Other weight distribution systems require a ton of manual adjustment to get the weight balanced. You might have to switch out chain links or play around with the height of frame brackets to get the right tension on the spring bars. The tilt of the system head might need to be adjusted too to get the load distributed. But even with those adjustments, it can be almost impossible to fine-tune the system enough to get your tongue weight perfectly balanced.


Diagram of a B and W Continuum that includes callouts for all the components of the system with Liteflex technology by Hendrickson

The Continuum eliminates those manual adjustments and instead uses hydraulic pressure to raise and lower the load bars. This makes it way easier to activate the weight distribution because you only have to pump the handle on the driver's side. You won't need to circle your trailer to snap spring bars up individually. It also lets you quickly and easily fine-tune the tension to get your ride just right.


Faster, Safer, Easier Setup

When you first install the Continuum, it might take a bit of time to get the load bar assembly, hydraulic cylinder, and hydraulic pump mounted on your trailer. But once everything is in place, setting up the system each time you tow is a snap.


The B and W weight distribution hitch installed on a camper as it turns a sharp corner

The hitch head - which mounts in your vehicle's receiver and provides the attachment point for the Continuum - features a preset angle, so the only adjustment you might need to make is to move the head up or down along the shank. Unlike other weight distribution systems, you won't need to change out any hard-to-reach washers or readjust the tension on spring bars to get set up. The head also has friction sway control built in to help hold your trailer in line at the coupling point.


A side view shows the B and W Continuum installed hooked up on a truck inside a garage

Instead of rigid steel spring bars that have to be manually snapped into place, the Continuum has a composite load bar assembly that raises with a pump of a handle. This assembly uses a flexible composite material called LiteFlex, which is strong enough to handle heavy loads, yet flexible enough to ensure that you won't have a rough, rigid ride at lower tongue weights. Because of this, the Continuum can handle anything from a small enclosed trailer to a large camper, allowing the system to grow with you.


An etrailer teammate kneels next to a trailer, demonstrating how to use the hydraulic pump on the B and W Continuum

Once you get your trailer hooked up and you're ready to transfer your load, just pump the handle on the hydraulic unit. This will raise the rear of the load bar assembly to distribute your tongue weight.


B and W Continuum weight distribution close up image of hydraulic unit with gauge

The knob on the side of the hydraulic unit allows you to back off some of the pressure you pump in so you can dial in just the right amount to get your towing setup balanced. Take note of the psi reading on the built-in pressure gauge once you're done, and record it in the included log for the next time you tow.


If you start to experience a bumpy ride while towing with the Continuum, it might be a sign that you've moved too much weight off of the connection point. Fixing this is simple: find a place to park and turn the built-in adjustment knob on the pump unit to release some pressure.


Selecting a Weight Distribution System

The tongue weight rating is the most important factor in determining which size weight distribution system you should use. If the bars of the system you choose are rated too high for your setup, they will create a rigid ride, which can result in a bouncing trailer. If, on the other hand, the bars are not rated high enough, the system will be unable to properly distribute the weight, rendering it virtually useless.


To determine the proper weight rating for a weight distribution system, you must first determine your trailer's tongue weight. Then add to that the weight of the cargo behind the rear axle of your tow vehicle. These two measurements make up the tongue weight rating for a weight distribution system.



WDHK4502 B and W Continuum Weight Distribution System with Exclusive Liteflex Technology by Hendrickson - 2-1/2" Shank - Standard

WDHH4502 B and W Continuum Weight Distribution Head Assembly - 2.5" Shank - 2-5/16" Ball - 16K

WDHL4510 B and W Continuum Weight Distribution Load Bars - Standard Coupler

Installation Details BW28FR Installation instructions



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Customer Reviews

B&W Continuum Weight Distribution System w/ Sway Control for 2.5" Hitch - 16K GTW, 1.6K TW - BW28FR

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (36 Customer Reviews)

The Continuum is so quiet, you just might forget you have it. No more snapping bars up onto noisy brackets. Easy to install, distributes weight with precision, controls sway, and is easily adjustable. 2-5/16" Ball and 2-1/2" shank included.

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It did phenomenal. We were in back roads, 40 mph cross winds on the highways and it handled it all very well. Set up was nice and easy. Nicole R at etrailers was amazing and made sure I got it on time for my trip.



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So far, I’ve towed 1000 miles with a 2018 Diesel F350 SB pulling a 30 foot TT that weighs about 10k lbs on highway and single lane roads on level and through mountains. The Continuum certainly is easy to hook up and unhook, it helped ride quality by reducing porpoising and sway. Made truck suck and bump non existent. Very easy to fine tune by pulling over with a half pump or to relieve pressure. The instructions, materials and workmanship of the parts were very good.
Overall it made my ride quality much better and sets up easier than most other wdh. This hitch certainly has a higher price point but the easy adjustability helped me justify paying the higher price for it.



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Unboxing I found the pump release valve was bent looked like it was cut I did straighten it up so far it seems to be OK have traveled a little over 300 miles performed really well with the Heartland Torque T 314 it smoothed the ride out tremendously the handling was a big improvement over my last hitch and very quite ride great hitch



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This hitch is the bomb. As soon as I got it I installed it. Pretty easy, I barley glanced at the directions due to watching a few install videos on YouTube. I had to make a few very slight modifications to my trailer but zero issues. I highly recommend this product.



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Great product etrailer and bandw top notch companies!



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Very good quality, performers better than expected. The only thing I would add is locking hardware. Nylocks for the actuator mount and lock washers on the pump bolts. I'm a licensed A&P mechanic so I like hardware that stays tight. Otherwise this product is great



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Great hitch. Fairly easy insulation.




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I was really debating this purchase but I am so glad I did! Went on with little effort and compared to the old system I had - and I mean OLD! - the B&W Continum is light years ahead. Took it out today for a test run and it preformed fantastic. No more sway when getting passed, no more having to stop and take sway control bars off before backing up! I pull a KZ Sportsmen 34 ft with a RAM 1500 and it was one hand on the wheel most of the time. Great product from Made in the USA! Also great service from etrailer - ordered on a Sunday had it Tuesday the same week!



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Installation went well but with mine being an underslung trailer there were some challenges getting it set up. B&W had me text them photos and got an engineer on the phone with me. I can't say enough about their service, they are awesome. He looked at my picture and made some other suggestions to make the hitch work better with my trailer.

I took the trailer out for a test run for about 20 miles. We had very little wind, but the hitch overall performed really well. It was one hand on the steering wheel for me; a very enjoyable ride. I was able to pull into a gas station and make a few fine adjustments in the span of 5 minutes which is what I really love. With my other old-style hitch when I stopped to make adjustments, it took 30 minutes. This is a very well-made product, and I'm looking forward to camping with it soon! I'm running an F150 with a 2015 Jayco 29QBS.



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I was on the fence about buying this hitch because of the bew technology and the price but I'm glad I did. Right out of the box you can tell this is a quality hitch. All the components look very well made. Installation was very simple. I had to relocate my brake safety switch and move my propane tanks back and I still completed the installation in a little over an hour. I took my camper for a 50 mile test drive in 20 mph sustained winds and the hitch performed flawlessly. The best part of this hitch is no more spring bars. So far I'm very happy with my purchase.



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The hitch arrived a few days earlier than original estimate which was great. Two packages that were packaged well and arrived in excellent shape.

Installation was a breeze. It took a little longer than estimates in the instructions since I took my time and went very slow to make sure 1) I did it correctly and 2) I understood how the different parts worked together. I did have to relocated a couple wiring items to ensure they didn't interfere with the hitch set up. They were minor, and truthfully moved to ensure I didn't get a pinch or rub on any wiring in the future. They weren't really in the way for install, but while I was at it, I wanted to make sure I didn't get a surprise 1,000 miles down the road with an unintended rub, so I just re-routed to a more suitable location.

Connected the trailer and applied the correct pressure (after doing the math), and did a 10 mile trial run. Calculations were spot on and applied at 75% FALR. The next day, did a longer trial run at both city road speed (avg. 35mph) and around 25 miles at highway speeds (65mph). Was a breezy day (20kt crosswinds), and the truck/trailer performed remarkably well and was extremely stable. Tow vehicle is a Ford F150 Waldoch Package and with Ford's Max Trailer Pkg (14K max) pulling Grand Design travel trailer, 23BHE, at 8K tow weight, hitch weight a bit over 800lbs.

I am extremely pleased with the purchase of the B&W Continuum hitch. It is just so easy to set up, disconnect, and adjust. And it is solid...on the road and in its construction....very well made and heavy duty construction.

B&W has hit it out of the park with this one!!

Mike Robberson



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I recently purchased a B&W Continuum WDH. To be brief the install was a bit more difficult on my Rockwood 2508BS. The propane tanks are on a u shaped channel that had to be cut as shown in one of the videos. My battery box was also in the way and I had to drill through the tongue with one of the mounting bolts for the hydraulic unit. Took it on my first trip of about 120 miles this weekend and I am very impressed. Most of my driving took place on some winding secondary roads. The pull was comfortable with less bounce than my previous 4 point anti-sway WDH. (I did with my previous hitch, have the right sized hitch set up and dialed in for my trailer.) I encountered some stiff side wind and again no sway. Passing semi trucks coming from the other direction or when on a 4 lane hwy with them passing me, again no sway problems. To illustrate the difference, with my previous hitch, my dw could not sew while we were traveling because of bounce induced by the stiffness of the old hitch, now she is able to with no difficulties. For me the biggest plus is setup and takedown. No longer do I need to jack up the tongue after hitching to the ball and then prying on or off the heavy spring bars. This chore is even more difficult when the TV is at an angle to the trailor. I simply pressurize the hydraulics and I am done. Much simpler and less work. Well worth the cost over the 6-8 hundred dollar steel spring bar brands. Yes I highly recommend this hitch.



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Evrything looks amazing and so simple wish i could have used it it won't work because my non removable got pad is 8in and the space between the tension bars is 6 3/4in. So unfortunately have to send it back and go with an air bag system.



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B&W probides such a quality product. Im always proud to support the company. I'll be testing out the new hitch this weekend. Also thank you to etrailer for being so thorough with tracking and following up with my satisfaction on every order.



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Ordered Continuum Weight Distribution System on 4-16-23. Received 4-20-23. Installed on camper 4-22-23. EASY. Installed in one hour. I did watch the installation video 4 times while waiting for delivery. Everything fit perfect with no installation issues. Taking camper on 1200 mile trip this week. Can't wait to see how it performs.



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In short this delivers everything as described in the B&W literature. My trailer feels like it is on rails behind me and firmly planted to the ground. I just returned from a 300 mile trip with both rough and smooth interstates, windy mountain highways and WV curvy 2 lane roads. Felt far more confident than without it.



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I received the B&W Continuum today and thus far I am impressed by the construction quality, the welds and the fact that items are powder coated. I am thrilled that there are so few pieces to the unit. My previous hitch had many parts to it and extremely heavy.
I will post my assessment of the Continuum after installation and a road trip.



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