Re: Weight Distribution Hitch for 4x4 Hemi with Quadralift pulling 3,200 lb trailer?
The WDH isn't going to benefit you as much relative to tongue weight with your setup since it's relatively below the max and the QL deals with it nicely, but that's a longer trailer and it may help with additional sway control, especially with an added sway bar and when windy. (Yes, the JGC has some sway compensation, too) For the small two horse trailer I tow, I'm at about 4800 lbs loaded, but it's much shorter than your rig. I haven't felt the need for a WDH for the local towing I do and yes, the QL does adjust to compensate for tongue weight. (As is does when you have folks in the back seat, even!) I absolutely would do a WDH for towing the nearly 20' length you're dealing with.
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