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Sherline Trailer Tongue Weight Scale - 2,000-lb Capacity

Sherline Trailer Tongue Weight Scale - 2,000-lb Capacity

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Sherline Tongue Weight Scale

  • Analog Scale
  • 2000 lbs
  • Sherline


Features:

  • Easy to read gauge shows both pounds and kilograms
  • Sturdy, metal construction with a non-slip, hard rubber base
  • A trailer tongue weight scale is a great tool used to make sure:
    • Your trailer hitch is not being overloaded
    • Your trailer is loaded properly - typically 10-15 percent of the total trailer weight should be the tongue weight
    • You have the right weight distribution system for your vehicle and trailer
  • Made in the USA


Specs:

  • Capacity: 2,000 lbs
  • Tics on gauge at 50-lb increments
  • Dimensions: 3-1/4" diameter x 4-1/2" tall
    • Extension adapter increases height to 6-3/4"
  • 1-Year limited warranty


Note: Do not handle scale by the top black portion. This can affect scale accuracy.



5780 - Sherline Trailer Tongue Weight Scale; 0-2000 lb/900 kg Range

Item # 5780




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Customer Reviews

Sherline Trailer Tongue Weight Scale - 2,000-lb Capacity - 5780

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (566 Customer Reviews)


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I bought the Sherline Tongue scale about a year ago to verify tongue weights on my travel trailer before heading out on a trip. It has been great. I use the pin and measure inside the ball of the tongue to be sure I'm getting the most accurate weight. The directions explain how you can weigh at the a-frame and how to compensate but I find it just as easy to measure at the ball.

I'm able to stop at CAT Scales on the road to get total combined weight, but the Scales usually don't let you drop the trailer so the tongue weight is a guess. Knowing the truck weight and combined weight I can get the trailer weight. Now I can be sure of the tongue weight as well.

The Sherline scale is simple to use, and very consistent. I can lower, raise and lower again and always get the same weight. I do keep the small wood block under the plunger (came with the scale) when not in use, and always pick it up by the body. Directions explain why this is important and how to rest the scale if you need to. Great investment.


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Tongue Scale still proves itself to be a great help. As our equipment needs for the trailer change over time, its simple to just check the tongue wt. to make sure I stay within spec.
Gary M - 10/30/2021

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Price was the best, delivery was on time for my need and the accuracy was excellent. Loading a 24-foot trailer allowed me to nail the tongue weight for my trailer hitch exactly where I wanted it. I'll keep this for a long time. Excellent construction and sturdily built. Great purchase



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The Sherline trailer tongue weight scale is very useful to me. It is a convenient way to measure trailer tongue weight periodically while loading the trailer, which gives me confidence that my trailer loads are well balanced for safest towing and that the tongue weight was below my hitch rating. I am glad i bought it.


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I used the Sherline tongue scale for every trailer load I made during a move to another state. I believe it is even more important on lighter trailers towed behind small vehicles. Even after using the scale about 20 times, it shows no sign of leaking, malfunctioning, or inaccuracies. I am glad I bought it and is a great safety device. My Ford truck brake controller failed on one of my trips and locked up my trailer brakes, I am so glad I had a well ballance trailer load due to using a trailer tongue scale. You need a well balanced trailer on windy days or if you need to make fast maneuvers in emergencies. Thanks Sherline!
Kirk - 02/19/2022

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This product works as advertised, is useful, and makes life run smoother. No more guessing at tongue weights or going to the scales, later to do a bunch of math, albeit simple. The machining and finish seems to be near perfect. Beats the heck out of levers and bathroom scales. I'm happy with etrailer.com and the purchase.

A couple of picks... ...Price -- the price makes purchase not an easy decision. If I wasn't changing and shifting loads a lot for running down the road for significant miles, I might not have made the purchase. ...and comes without a case; for the price, I might expect one. I carry this scale on the truck (for use both on our usual trailers, used for Hurricane Sandy disaster relief, and several that we may be asked to pull.) Without a case, it would roll around and probably get damaged. I built a wood case outta scrap for it, blocked it in with sponges, and it sits in the toolbox with the 10 ton bottle jack, the lug nut torque wrench, and a few other useful items. 4-3/4 stars outta five from me; I recommend it.


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Still using the product. Still like it for what it does. Still using it in the same way. For one trailer, I run close to the OEM limits and the contents generally get loaded in a different order each time. Sometimes after using the Sherline Trailer Tongue Weight Scale, that load gets reloaded.I wouldnt use the scale as shown in the video because my landing gear is about 3 feet closer to the axles than is the coupler I use it as in your written directions at the coupler with wood blocking that I carry with the trailer for other purposes.
Bob S - 08/25/2014

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Arrived in cardboard box with white foam padding with I assume hydraulic fluid (yellowish green) on the white foam, block of wood not installed between scale body and plunger...bubble wrap over the gauge. Kind of concerned about the loss of fluid. Apparently same scale body used for three different range gauges so I guess the body's accuracy should be the same...display seems ok, but measured 200 lbs with 220 lb load (according to CAT Scale), gentle press and release to add some of my upper body weight to the trailer tongue then gauge indicated 240 lbs and remained without settling back down until entire load was lifted. Stiction in the plunger maybe? Most other reviews of this scale are great. They set a low bar or did I get a not so great one? Are these tested or calibrated before sale? I'd generously say this is probably +/- 10% in accuracy. Think my bathroom scale contraption was more accurate but way less convenient. Overall not impressed.


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I will have Customer Service reach out to you.
-- Etrailer Expert Thomas M - 01/18/2022

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This scale was the trick to make sure our trailers tongue weight was were it needed to be to safely pull out 31 pot travel trailer. It is small enough to be stored away in the trailer so the tongue weight can be checked each time we hook up.



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After using the Sherline trailer tongue scale I was amazed to see what my tongue weight really was. I have takin it to a RV dealer before and they used one to see the weight and told me it was much lower than it turned out to be. The scale that they used was a higher scale, so it was harder to see the right reading on the gauge. After purchising this scale (1-2000 lbs) it was clear of my tongue weight.



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Even though it’s pricy for what it is, I’m extremely glad I got this. My “guesstimate” for my tongue weight was pretty far off. Now I can tow with my class III hitch with some piece of mind. I hate to think about how many people are towing without verifying their tongue weight. Kinda scary.



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I wanted to ensure I didn't overload the tongue weight on my truck and balance my trailer load as best I could. It gave me peace of mind knowing it was loaded properly. I'm happy with the purchase.



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I purchased the 2000 lb. Sherline Tongue Scale for use on my 5,600 lb. travel trailer. I have found that this scale is well built and works great for determining and adjusting the tongue weight for my differing camping equipment loads. This gives me a great sense of safety to be able to quickly adjust and verify my load for 12% target tongue weight that I use.

I highly recommend this product.



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Only 4 stars because i'm unable to find where / how to calibrate the scale without any load (needle rests at just above 0lbs, seems to be off ~20 lbs when comparing to known weights around 200lbs). Otherwise this made weighing the trailer tongue weight way easier than setting up the 4' long leverage bar on a bath scale. NOTE: you should buy a scale that is close to 1.5-2x your tongue weight to ensure accurate readings.



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Works perfectly as designed and convenient to use .Peace of mind that the tongue weight is within the tow vehicles pulling limits. I use a wooden log cut to the right height so that when this scale is placed on it the tongue is level and horizontal . I have used it probably 5 times in a year as my loaded trailer weight does not change frequently and I dont move things too often within the trailer



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Extremely happy I purchased this piece of equipment. After receiving it, I immediately weighed our trailer tongue and found why I was having so much trouble balancing everything properly. My trailer tongue was 400 lbs. over what the dealer and manufacturer said it was. Come to find out, my WD Hitch, from our previous trailer, was severely under rated for the newer and much bigger load it was being tasked to carry. Based on the tongue weight this scale gave me, I purchased a higher capacity WD Hitch and everything is now balanced and pulling great!! Unknowingly, when we swapped trailers, we created a major safety issue by using a severely under rated hitch. Lesson learned, don’t go by what the dealer/manufacturer tells you! Thanks to the purchase of this Tongue Scale, I corrected what could have been a major safety issue.


Comments
Extremely Well! Most of my neighbors have asked me to weigh their trailers too.
Philip - 06/21/2019


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This worked great for determining why I was having a little sway on an equipment trailer with a 20' conex on it. Total weight was about 8500 lbs but the tongue only had 600 lbs on it- not enough!
Now that I have this it will be used quite often on my multiple trailers such as a dump trailer with varying loads.
Would have been 5 stars but the item arrived a little beat up, there were some gouges in the side of the lower part. Not sure if it was a return or what- doesn't affect function but for the price it should have been perfect cosmetically. Also like others have mentioned the screw in extender on top could stand to be a little bit longer.



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I have an older Airstream that I live in year round for about 10 years now and had to move it for the first time to a new location not too far away. It really made my truck squat. I needed to find what the tongue is so I can make the appropriate adjustments and get the proper equalizer hitch because I plan on going across country with trailer in tow. This scale work perfect and verified my suspicions I had too much weight.



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So why did I order trailer tongue scale. Even though I have a equalizing hitch I was still concerned that I might have to much tongue weight since I bought a toy hauler trailer that can haul two Harley Davidson's inline. Where you decide to put the first bike and second bike is more or less a guess. The tongue scale helped in the placement of the bikes for correct tongue weight. That's a lot faster than making multiple adjustments and trips down the road to see if you have them where they need to be. To me the time I saved and knowing I have the correct tongue weight was well worth the money.


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Still any important part of my strategy when loading my toy hauler. Again well worth the money when it comes to safety.
Roger B - 08/05/2018


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Great tool, worked as advertised. No more guessing if the weight is distributed correctly in my trailer. It is a quick and easy measurement of the tongue weight with my floor jack supporting the scale directly under the trailer tongue. I was surprised at how heavy my tongue weight was compared to my travel trailer's specs. And can now see how much weight change there is by adding fresh water to the tank. Plus the manual with the scale gives some great tips and advice on towing.


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After a year I dont need to use it very often, but I will still occasionally check the tongue weight just to be sure I know where Im at. Just another good tool to have in the tool box.
Matt P - 05/22/2018


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Very convenient fine product - should have purchased years ago

I use it with a customized 3 Ton Jack Stand to support this unit. This allows me to quickly use the unit in each on my trailers & carry it with me on a loading mission

Custom details are: The top of stand I drilled and tapped 5/16" hole in its center. Then I drilled a clearance counter sunk hole in a center of a 3/8" aluminum plate that fits into top of stand and used a 5/16 counter sink bolt to stabilize the plate. The jack I had handy was Harbor Freight 61196 (can be any)


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Good as new
CasG - 07/09/2015


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I used this to measure the tongue weight on my boat trailer and it works just as advertised.



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Works well as designed. We have used it on a few different race car trailers and have been able to adjust the loads to give a better tongue weight to improve towing.

An important safety tip is to always use wheel chalks to keep the trailer from rolling while using the scale. Additionally, do not leave the trailer on the scale
when making any load adjustments. The scale is not made to hold a trailer that is being moved around.

Finally, after properly aligning the scale to the hitch I was able to get repeating weights, which indicated to me that the scale was accurate to at least itself.


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Works great. No problems. We have used on several trailers and found it to be very helpful in determining load levels and the need to reposition items to gain the proper weight ratios.
Bob - 01/08/2021

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Works well. Used to check both tongue weight and axle weight.
Accuracy at low extreme of range may be off a bit (seems to read low) as manufacturer data sheet points out. I had no immediate way to confirm accuracy at mid scale.



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This is an excellent product. I was always uncertain if my tongue weight was correct. With this scale I determined it was too light, making my trailer sway dangerously. Everyone with a trailer should own one.



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Product was delivered promptly and well packaged.
Product appears to be of high quality and will be invaluable in measuring my hitch weight.

Have purchased from etrailer before, and will again in the future. Very easy to deal with, and reliable. A+.



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Good scale not enough bubble wrap to protect calibration the new one reads 35-40 lbs. more then my other exact same scale.
Quality good packaging not so good Todays shipper drivers are in a hurry they throw the stuff to ground over and over


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Customer service will be contacting you soon.
-- Etrailer Expert Sierra K - 10/11/2021

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I'm not sure if I've reviewed this product, but WOW!! This is a must have for you tool box and for taking with you on your camping trips (if you're using a bumper pull type trailer). The scale was very accurate when I compared it to the CAT scales (you need to do a little math after weighing at the CAT scale). Over all, go get one.


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A year of camping goes pretty fast. I still have this rugged little TW scale and its still accurate as the day I bought it. This is a must have if you own a trailer of any kind except maybe a 5th wheel. Go get one now if you havent!! Youll be glad you did. Tell em Gerry sent you hahaha
Gerry T - 05/31/2016

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Ask the Experts about this Sherline Tongue Weight Scale



  • Getting Accurate Tongue Weight Reading Using the Sherline Trailer Tongue Weight Scale # 5780
    The tongue weight indicated on the scale will fluctuate according to the angle plus or minus over level of the trailer, which is normal. To get an accurate measurement, the trailer jack should be placed on the scale and the jack adjusted so that the trailer is level to the ground, THEN read the TW.
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  • Correct Way of Distributing Weight of Cargo Carried in Trailer
    Ideally, the weight should be evenly distributed laterally with 60% of the weight in front of the axles, and 40% behind them. Too much weight in the rear can cause trailer sway, which if you haven't experienced it, can be very scary. I'm not aware of any specific legislation relating to this. If you're experiencing sway problems, try moving some more of the cargo forward of the trailer axles. This should go a long way toward improving any sway you might be experiencing.
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  • How to Find Tongue Weight on 5th Wheel Trailers
    The tongue weight scale # 5780, which you reference, is not designed to work with a 5th wheel trailer. There is not an easy way to verify the tongue weight of a fifth wheel trailer. The best way to find the tongue weight of your fifth wheel trailer is to use a commercial scale like those at truck stops or at material supply centers. First you should weigh your tow vehicle without the trailer connected. Next, connect your trailer to your tow vehicle and drive it on the scale. The difference...
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  • Can You Determine Tongue Weight of a Trailer if the Trailer is on an Incline
    Since your trailer is sitting perfectly level, even though it is on an incline, the tongue weight of the setup will be accurate if you were to weight it as-is. If the nose of the trailer was high or low the figures would get skewed. You will need to somehow get the scale to sit perfectly level as well for an accurate reading which could prove challenging. You should note that any weight from cargo behind the rear axle of your tow vehicle will need to be considered as tongue weight. Since...
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  • Accuracy of Measuring Trailer Tongue Weight Using Bathroom Scale Method
    The most accurate method to determine your tongue weight is to use a commercial scale at either a truck stop or quarry for example. The linked article details how to do this. You may have to pay a small fee for this service but it will provide a more accurate tongue weight measurement than the bathroom scale method. (Sag in the 2 x 4 used with the bathroom scale method will not have much effect on the tongue weight reading, nor will there be much difference between measurements taken at...
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  • Does the Trailer Need to be Level and Parked on Level Ground to Use Sherline Tongue Weight Scale
    You will want the trailer to be on level ground and level (parallel) with the level ground. You may have to go to an empty parking lot or a different street to get more level ground. Otherwise the reading will not be accurate. I have included a link to a video review of this scale for you and a link to a how-to article on determining tongue weight.
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  • Is the Base of the Sherline Trailer Tongue Weight Scale Flat or Hollow
    The base of the Sherline Trailer Tongue Weight Scale, # 5780, is flat, not hollow. It was designed to sit on flat surfaces such as the ground or a stand. If you want to take the reading at the coupler rather than the jack, you will want to find something like a jack stand that can be raised high enough to hold the scale at the height of the coupler.
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  • How to Use a Tongue Weight Scale to Determine Tongue Weight of a Trailer
    You are correct, the best possible way to use the Sherline Trailer Tongue Weight Scale part # 5780 is to use it in the coupler to get the most accurate tongue weight rating. If the jack is close to the coupler it will still yield an very accurate reading. The further away the jack is from the coupler the lighter it would read compared to the weight that would be on the trailer ball. To use this scale in a coupler the easiest way would be to use a floor jack. You would set the scale on...
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  • Easiest Way to Determine Total Weight of a Trailer
    If all you are looking for is the weight of your trailer the easiest way to do that is go to your nearest weight station, get the weight of your trailer and truck together, and then disconnect the trailer and get the weight of just the truck. If you subtract the truck's weight from the total weight you will get just the trailer weight. That would be much easier than trying to use a tongue weight scale to determine overall capacity. Also, I can't safely condone you towing a trailer that...
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  • Can 1999 GMC Savana Van Tow 30-Foot Coachman Travel Trailer
    GMC rates the various versions of the 1999 GMC Savana Van for towing weights between 4000- and 5500-lbs depending on its specific equipment. Your owner's manual will tell you for what trailer weight your particular van is rated. You can also contact a GMC dealer with your Savana's VIN and they can check it as well. Coachman produces quite a few different travel trailers in the 30-foot length range and all of these have a GVWR that is higher than the 5500-lb maximum for your van. You'll...
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  • Using Sherline Tongue Weight Scale for Picking Out Weight Distribution Hitch
    The tongue weight scale part # 5780 should be used to measure the tongue weight of your trailer so that you can pick out the correct rated weight distribution system. A WD system would not be installed at the same time as you trying to use the scale. You would want to put the scale underneath the jack foot and then jack the trailer up until the scale has all of the tongue weight of the trailer on it. If you check out the review video I attached you will how it gets used. I also attached...
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  • Using Sherline Tongue Weight Scale
    Assuming the trailer is level when you're weighing, the difference in tongue weight measurement you get at the jack and at the coupler will be negligible. You could try weighing it both ways, but with such a short distance between the coupler and the jack, the difference won't be worth worrying about. To see a product demonstration video featuring the scale, click the provided link.
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  • Recommendation of How To Use a Sherline Scale with a Hensley Weight Distribution Hitch and Stinger
    I can help you determine the tongue weight of your trailer with the Hensley Hitch and Stinger attached. I would recommend you place the Sherline # 5780 scale under the jack foot to measure your tongue weight. You will want to make sure the trailer is disconnected from the truck when taking this measurement. I have linked a Help Article on how to determine tongue weight for your convenience.
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  • Can Trailer Tongue Weight Scale Determine Tongue Weight of Trailer with Weight Distribution
    The Hensley you referenced is a weight distribution system. You can still determine tongue weight on a trailer with a weight distribution system, but if you are trying to determine what the effective tongue weight difference would be on a trailer with a WD system installed there's no great way to do that. Some will take their vehicle and trailer to a scale and have just the rear axle of the vehicle put up on it and then will install the spring bars of the WD system to see the difference. What...
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  • Is Sherline Trailer Tongue Weight Scale 5780 New or Used
    The # 5780 Sherline Trailer Tongue Weight Scale is brand new. We occasionally offer items that we've used in our demonstration videos, but in that instance we clearly state that the part has been used.
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  • How to Select Weight Distribution System Spring Bars to Match Measured Trailer Tongue Weight
    Weight distribution system spring bars should be selected based on the actual measured trailer tongue weight (TW) when it is fully-loaded and ready for the road, with full water and propane tanks and all gear and supplies in place. Scale # 5780 makes this measurement process easy but other methods are shown in the linked article. To this measured trailer TW you will add the weight of anything in the bed of the truck that sits behind the rear axle, say a generator or big loaded cooler,...
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  • Weight Distribution Hitch for a Nissan Pathfinder
    In order to know if you have an appropriate weight distribution hitch, you will first need to know your total tongue weight (TW), which is the tongue weight of your fully loaded and ready to go trailer plus the weight of any cargo behind the rear axle of your Nissan Pathfinder. To determine TW you can use a scale such as the Sherline # 5780 or by using one of the methods outlined in the help article on determining TW I've linked for you. The ideal system would be one in which your TW...
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  • Weight Distribution System for Sonic VRB 190 Travel Trailer Towed by 2003 Toyota 4Runner
    It is possible the Husky system may work for you, though it seems pretty likely that a trailer with a 4,500 lb GVWR won't need a weight distribution system rated as high as the 800 lbs - 1,200 lbs Husky system you have. in order to choose the best weight distribution system, you will first need to know your total tongue weight (TTW), which is the tongue weight of your fully loaded and ready to go Sonic VRB plus the weight of any cargo behind the rear axle of your 2003 Toyota 4Runner. To...
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  • How to Find the Correct Weight Distribution Hitch
    If you are talking about total tongue weight (TTW) then you will be fine, though if you were referring to the dry tongue weight of your trailer, the bars you have will likely not be rated highly enough. In order to choose the best weight distribution system, you will first need to know your TTW, which is the tongue weight of your fully loaded and ready to go trailer plus the weight of any cargo behind the rear axle of your 2012 Ford F-150. To determine your trailer's loaded tongue weight...
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  • Tandem Axle Boat Trailer Loading for Proper Tongue Weight and Load Distribution
    Your tandem axle trailer's equalizers handle the task of evening out the load across the two axles. I noted that in your photo the axles appear to have different tires installed on each. It is best to use identical tires on both axles, meaning same type (bias or radial), same weight load range and naturally, the same size. If the tires are not all the same some will tend to work harder and may develop more heat, which is a tire's worst enemy. The hotter tire, the tire that is carrying...
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  • Steps to Determine Correct Weight Distribution System
    In order to choose the best weight distribution system, you will first need to know your total tongue weight (TTW), which is the tongue weight of your fully loaded and ready to go trailer plus the weight of any cargo behind the rear axle of your 2016 Ford F-150. To determine your trailer's loaded tongue weight you can use a scale such as the Sherline # 5780 or by using one of the methods outlined in the help article on determining tongue weight I've linked for you. From there, simply...
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  • Weight of 1989 Coachman Catalina 21-ft Bumper Pull Travel Trailer
    Your trailer should have a VIN sticker or plate that his its own individual identification number along with specs like its unloaded vehicle weight (UVW), gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) and maybe even hitch weight, which is the empty trailer's tongue weight. I checked the NADA Guide website and 1989 21-foot Coachman Catalina trailer models M-215 RD and M-215 RDS both have a specified unloaded weight of 2000-lbs. This is less than the trailer will weigh when loaded and ready for a road trip.
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  • How to Better Prevent Sway by Choosing the Correct Weight Distribution System
    If you are swinging around it sounds like you do not have the correct weight distribution system so I'll go over what you need to know in order to get a system that works like it should. You will first need to know your total tongue weight (TTW), which is the tongue weight of your fully loaded and ready to go trailer plus the weight of any cargo behind the rear axle of your tow vehcile. The tongue weight is typically between 10% and 15% of your trailer's GVWR but you'll want to verify...
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  • How to Prevent Sag When Towing in 2017 Audi Q7
    A correctly set up weight distribution hitch is not going to lower the rear of your 2017 Audi Q7, it will only be a benefit in leveling the load so it sounds like you may not have the correct system for the weight you are towing. You'll need to make sure your factory hitch can A) handle the amount of weight you are towing and B) is rated for a weight distribution system. If so, In order to choose the best weight distribution system, you will first need to know your total tongue weight (TTW),...
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