What drop down Trailer Hitch are you guys using?

ScottR

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The B&W 5" drop is perfect om my 2022 Raptor with 35's. It has all the adjust up or down you will ever need.
 

Dr Racecraft

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I’ve got the B&W 7” drop bc I needed to pop the prop on the boat up a bit more.

Love the B&W, if I was doing it again I would prolly look a bit more at weight distribution but I have 0 issues with my 2 small trailers and B&W is an awesome company. No regerts
 

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Weighsafe on my rigs as well. They’re great if you’re towing a variety of loads. My current truck has a 2.5” receiver so I’ll have to get a new one for the raptor….if it ever shows up
 

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Preferred Putnam. Sadly they closed 2009. B&W now is only prudent choice, IMO. Avoid the overly complex, multi-level, and chrome plated stuff. Get bars with height you really need, and only use balls machined from single piece forging. B&W is still made in US (as far as I know).
Don't get cheap crap. Use the best fasteners you can get-- (i.e., thats the nuts/bolts/washers to you game console operating, latte-suckin types). Install your hitch components correctly. No damn short cuts.
 

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I use the 4" drop Weigh-Safe as well. Works perfectly for my setup.
 

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I went with Weigh Safe. Bought the 180 degree ball as well.
The nice thing about the company is that you can buy individual parts as well
 
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