I just sent a email out to etrailer for a answer to my new question, As far as weight distribution, with the air ride system on these Coach's, there is never no sagging the rear end with a trailers tongue weight.....air ride valves sense the added weight and adjust all the time to hold a set ride height, and I have read that a weight distribution system "distributes the weight" of the trailer (sagging due to tongue weight) but does nothing to change the tongue weight, very little if any. So......with no sagging of the rear end, no need to level (air suspension does this) is there a need for weight distribution system on these big Coach's Has anyone ever pulled a big trailer without? and then found out that they needed the system?
From Etrailers web page:
When Is Weight Distribution Needed?
You would likely benefit from a weight-distribution system if:
- Your trailer weight (GTW) is more than 50 percent of your vehicle's weight (GVWR)
- The rear of your tow vehicle sags when the trailer is hooked up
- You experience trailer sway
- Your tow vehicle headlights point upward
- You find it difficult to steer or stop your rig
- You want to tow to the highest capacity allowed by your vehicle's trailer hitch setup
I have no problem buying anything I need, I just don't want to buy things I don't need.......I am just wondering about the "true" benifits of this setup?