Originally Posted by 09 harley
I don't quite understand the question. The Propride will obviously handle such a light load. Unless you are going to purchase a much larger trailer in the future it is probably overkill. I would go with the Equalizer hitch with the 1000 lb tongue rating and 10,000 lb GVWR. I have one and it works great. The local Airstream dealer sells this hitch to 95% of his customers. I don't have an Airstream. Add a Fastway Flip Foot to your hand or electric jack. Great product, same company. Enjoy your RV!
Thanks for the reply!
I know it's over kill for now, but we may wish to get a longer/heavier trailer some day.
Also, we are new to TT ownership and wanted a solid 'no sway' solution.
I was really interested in the challenge of weighing the tongue with the hitch attached. After using a series of blocks and shims I finally got a weight on the tongue-550#. Add in the stinger of 55# and it comes in at 605# well within the TV range