10K RB Fastway® e2™ 2-point sway control™ hitch

Catalog Item # 56854

Weight distribution eliminates highway hop, loss of steering control and tow vehicle sagging.

Integrated Sway Control eliminates the hassle of removing or disengaging add-on sway control to make tight turns or when backing up.

Weight Distribution: The e2 hitch changes the way the tow vehicle and trailer couple together by creating a bridge between them, helping them work together like one unit instead of two, and distributing the weight more evenly to the axles of both vehicles. When the hitch is set up properly, the tow vehicle’s steering wheels stay more firmly planted on the road.

Sway Control: Unique rigid sway control brackets provide the convenience of built-in sway control through two points of linear steel-on-steel friction. Instead of the spring arm swinging back and forth freely at the bottom of a chain, e2’s spring arms rest on top of a bare metal bracket. This significantly reduces driver fatigue and stress while towing, plus it’s easier to use than chain style hitches.

Rust resistant powder coat finish. Hitch ball sold separately.

Technical Specifications

84.6 lbs.

Camper's Choice Rating

Reviewer rating of 5 stars based on 1 reviews (5 Based on 1 Review)

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  • Easy to hook up and has higher clearance (1)
  • Need 2 people for set up (1)
  • Takes about 2 hours to set up (1)
  • The time is worth it (1)
  • Hard to fine (1)
  • Repalcement part like nut and washer (1)

Best ever

by Nery Pabon – June 16, 2016
5 out of 5 stars

I have had it for 2 years and gone thru 2 trailers-a pop up camper and a travel trailer. I need to replace the nut and still need

by Anonymous – January 08, 2017
Yes, you can backup without having to remove the spring arms.
by Camping World – January 09, 2017
by Chris N – November 01, 2016
A hitch ball is not included with the weight distribution hitch.
by Camping World – November 02, 2016
Per the manufacturer: "E2 hitches do work with surge breaks. As long as you can mount the brackets within the acceptable range on the trailer frame you can use the e2 hitch with that trailer. Sometimes surge breaks can be in the way of where those brackets need to be mounted. E2 hitches generally mount between 24-27"(from center of trailer coupler to center of bracket) for the round bar style and 27-30" for the trunnion style. If you can mount the brackets in that range the e2 hitch will work great for you."
by Camping World – August 16, 2016

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