WDH setup- head angle, spacers and weight shift.
I am setting up a Nash 17K being pulled by a F250 supercab 4WD.
Truck scales by itself with axle 1 4080, axle 2 3020 tolal=7100
Trailer/truck weight WDH unhooked is axle 1-3780 lbs , axle 2-4100 lbs,
axle 3- 4560lbs GCVW 12,440 lbs.
Trailer/Truck weight WDH hooked is axle 1- 4020 lbs, axle 2-3700 lbs
axle 3-4720 lbs.
Trailer weight loaded is 5340 lbs with 75% fresh water that sits right behind the axles. THE FRONT pass thru is loaded with 2 yamaha generators, and outside gear. Two battery's and 2 Propane tanks full sit on tongue.
It seems to me my tongue weight (1080 lbs ) is high for Trailer weight and my WDH is throwing more weight forward than to the rear.
I can move some (150 lbs) weight from the front pass thru into the truck but I need to know do I add spacers increasing head angle or subtract, decreasing angle to move weight to the trailer axles? Currently I have six links below & three links loose on the chains on a generic round bar WDH.