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Old 11-05-2022, 10:56 AM   #1
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New B & W weight distribution hitch

My son was at the SEMA show yesterday and sent me a pic of the new B & W weight distributing hitch. This is very new, B & W must be debuting it at the show. Not a lot of info on it yet, but is appears it might become availably in Dec 22.

From what little we can see, this is targeted towards trailers in need of WD but not necessarily built in anti sway control. Think car hauler trailers, tilt bed trailers, enclosed box trailers, any heavy tongue weight trailer needing easy adjustable WD for changing tongue weights. This could be a help for toy haulers with changing tongue weight loads, but again no anti sway in the picture, at least as of now. Not sure yet what tongue weights this is rated for yet or the draw bar hitch head with a a quick vertical height adjustment.

The hitch is called the B & W Continuum Weight Distribution Hitch.

There is a write up on the hitch with 2 pics on the Diesel Army website here:

And B & W has a video of it on their Facebook page. I'm not on Facebook, but the video will play without being a member. This shows how it hooks up and unhooks. You can expand the video into full screen to see a bigger picture. And you can turn on the promo music

Since I'm into all makes and models of WD hitches to see what new is, and how they are accomplishing the WD, this is for sure different. For targeting easy adjustable WD, a light weight hitch head, and more even WD pressure through all types of towing terrain then spring bars, this has merit. Time will tell how this unfolds. It seems we have to wait for the main B & W web site to release the catalog specs etc. for it.

Thought I would pass this along to the other WD curious ones here on the forum.

Here is one pic my son sent me from the SEMA show.

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