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What Would Cause Weight Distribution System to be Maxed Out and Suspension to Still Sag


I have a 2017 f150 and a keystone TT. When loaded to travel and the WD hitch bars adjusted to the max, the rear truck axle is 100# overweight. The trailer is level and the truck is fairly level, but the rear truck axle is about 300# heavier than the front axle. Would air bags be capable of lifting the rear and transferring some weight to the front ? Would I then be able to readjust the WD hitch and have the trailer level again ? Thank You


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Sounds like you may be attempting to tow over the weight capacity of your truck. You should note that using a WD system does not allow you to do this. If your WD system is maxed out that means it's either not rated high enough for the loaded tongue weight of the towing setup (this figure includes weight from cargo behind rear axle) or you are simply over the capacity of the truck and there's nothing that would level the setup safely.

What is the loaded tongue weight of your setup and what system do you have?

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