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Sooo supposed to go camping this weekend, a few hours drive. Anyways my truck will be out of service unfortunately. I do however have access to my fathers 16 F250 gas. Thing has almost twice the payload of my truck lol, like 3250lbs. Question is, do I bother with the WD hitch or run it without? I know it doesnt need Weight distribution, but I like the idea for anti sway. I hitched up yesterday just to get an idea with the WD and looks fairly level to me, mind you the truck is down a bit on the driveway. I almost feel like I should adjust the hitch angle some, but then I have to set it back up for my truck after the weekend and blah maybe Im over thinking things. 

 

halp?? 

 

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