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There is a better way –and this is it! Our silent, 'No-Sway,' 'No-Bounce' Weight Distribution Hitch doesn't just raise the bar, it sets it! Combining modern materials, technology and innovation, it’s the simplest, quietest, and most advanced weight distribution hitch on the road today. This is a first in the industry giving trailer owners the best anti-sway option AND the only true Motion-Dampening system (anti-bounce) around. Owners can't believe how smooth and quiet the ride is! Look at these advantages: - Unparalleled Sway Control that self-adjusts - So quiet you won't even know it's there! - Weighs under 60lbs - One pin removal from tow vehicle - Grease-free system –ball and coupler move as one - Easy install –no pry bars needed! - Patented True Motion-Dampening system -drastically reduces bounce - Doubles as standard ball mount for towing without weight distribution - The smoothest ride around - owners are saying they can't believe it! - 1,400 lbs tongue weight


From the manufacturer

3324 'No-sway' Weight Distribution Hitch 3344 'No-sway' Weight Distribution Hitch 3350 'No-sway' Weight Distribution Hitch 3290 - 4 Drop EZ Adjust Hitch 3353 WD 4 Inch Drop/rise Adjustable Rack
Drop/rise 4 in. 4 in. 4 in. 4 in. 4 in.
Features Patented True Motion-Dampening, 2" ball included, grease-free system 2-5/16" ball included, rease-free system, patented True Motion-Dampening 2-5/16" ball included, rease-free system, patented True Motion-Dampening Fits all standard 2" receivers Fits all standard 2" receivers
3326 'No-sway' Weight Distribution Hitch 3398 'No-Sway' Weight Distribution Hitch 3351 WD 8 Inch Drop/rise Adjustable Rack 3380 'No-Sway' Weight Distribution Hitch 3296 EZ Adjust Hitch with Combo Ball
Drop/rise 8 in. 8 in. 8 in. 8 in. 8 in.
Features Patented True Motion-Dampening, 2" ball included, grease-free system 2-5/16" ball included, rease-free system, patented True Motion-Dampening Fits all standard 2" receivers 2-5/16" ball included, rease-free system, patented True Motion-Dampening Fits all standard 2" receivers

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