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Weight Distribution System Drop Recommendation for Lifted Trucks

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i just bought a truck with a 6 inch lift i need a longer drop to my camper im assuming 9 inch drop is what i need i have a regular one set all the way down and its still to high please let me know your thoughts i have a 2016 ram with a 6 inch suspension lift and the bottom of the receiver is 24 inches off the ground. im towing a 2015 gulf stream 268bh trailer. Length ft/m 29.33 / 8.9 Width in/mm 96 / 2438.4 Height in/mm 121 / 3073.4 Interior Height in/mm 76 / 1930.4 Length ft/ft 29 Length ft/in 4 Dry Weight lbs/kg 5220 / 2367.8 Payload Capacity lbs/kgs 1940 / 880 Hitch Weight lbs/kgs 660 / 299.4

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For your weight distribution shank I recommend the Reese Weight Dist Shank - Drop Only - 11" Long # RP3344. This shank will give you a 7-5/8" drop using a trunnion-bar system or a 8-5/8" drop using a round bar system.

If you have a round bar system, you can get a deeper drop of up to 10 inches with the Curt # C17124.

These are the deepest drop shanks we carry based on the bar style of your system. If you need a deeper drop then you will need to use the Gen-Y stackable ball mount to give you more drop with your current weight distribution system shank. You can use the 10 inch drop # 325-GH-515 or the 12-1/2 inch drop # 325-GH-516.

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