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Curt TruTrack WD tops weight capacity at 15,000 pounds

Curt TruTrack WD tops weight capacity at 15,000 pounds

EAU CLAIRE, Wis. — Curt Manufacturing has introduced a new, heavier-duty model of its advanced TruTrack weight distribution system. This new model features a 15K gross trailer weight capacity and is ideal for the largest of RV trailers and campers, a release from the company stated.

The Curt TruTrack weight distribution system is unique from all other weight distributing hitches and sway control products, the release claimed. It combines the functions of weight distribution and sway control into one product, providing the smoothest, safest towing possible and eliminating the need to buy an additional sway control, the release continued. The integrated sway control of the TruTrack WD system uses a spring & cam system and adjustable support brackets to keep the trailer better aligned with the tow vehicle. The system features hardened components to resist wear and remain quiet.

The original TruTrack #17500, introduced in 2014, offered a maximum weight capacity of 10,000 pounds. We have now added a new TruTrack model #17501 with the same advanced integrated sway control system and a higher weight capacity of 15,000 pounds. Like the 10K version, the 15K TruTrack also features hex castle nuts and two neutral spring bar settings to easily accommodate different trailers. It also comes with extended spring bars for larger trailers, a pre-torqued trailer ball, a durable carbide powder coat finish and a ten-year limited warranty.

Click here to learn more about the 15K TruTrack weight distribution system.

SOURCE: Curt press release

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