Extended Towing Systems

Extended Towing Systems

SuperTruss Extensions Application Guide

 CAPACITIES
DEAD WEIGHT RATING
CAPACITIES
WEIGHT DISTRIBUTING (REQUIRED)
 
LENGTHGTW(F1) / GVW(F2)GTW(F1) /  GVW(F2)Part #Wire Harness#Extended
Power#
 21" 750 / 7,500 1,400 / 14,000 e1521 w6021 -
 24" 750 / 7,500 1,400 / 14,000 e1524 w6024 -
 28" 750 / 7,500 1,200 / 12,000 e1528 w6028 -
 32" 650 / 6,500 1,200 / 12,000 e1532 w6032 -
 36" 650 / 6,500 1,200 / 12,000 e1536 w6036 a7736 
 42" 600 / 6,000 1,200 / 12,000 e1542 w6042 a7736
 48" 600 / 6,000 1,200 / 12,000 e1548 w6048 a7736
 60" 500 / 5,000 1,000 / 10,000 e1560 w6060 a7736
F1 - Trailers Gross Tongue Weight (GTW) when fully loaded 
F2 - Trailers Gross Vehicle Weight (GVW) when fully loaded
Footnotes:Consult owners manual for specific vehicle towing capacity(WARNING: The higher capacities are obtained only with the use of the load equalizing hitch. Exceeding these dead weight capacities, without using a load equalizing hitch, may result in damage to the hitch or your vehicle.Caution: Weight distributing hitch is mandatory on larger trailers works with 36" - 60" supertruss extensions (Superhitch F1005H- Requires minimum 48" Supertruss Extension) Minimum length requirments due to interference with lateral support saftey chains. 

Professional Angler James Niggemeyer explains the SuperHitch SuperTruss Receiver Extension

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