Weight-Distributing Hitches and Weight Carrying Hitches

A. Body-to-Ground Distance
A. Body-to-Ground Distance
B. Front of Vehicle

When using a weight-distributing hitch, the hitch must be adjusted so that the distance (A) remains the same both before and after coupling the trailer to the tow vehicle.

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