Alright, y'all now know how I feel pulling something when it is overloaded. All I've done with my new trailer is pull it home since I got it, and it only weighs 2500 lbs empty so it did fine on my hitch. My hitch is rated for 5,000 lbs weight carrying, 10,000 lbs weight distributing. So, basically, I have two choices: 1. Take off the hitch I have now, which I've used twice, (this truck normally has the 5th wheel behind it) and buy a Draw Tite hitch. They have one rated for 10000# weight carrying, 12000# weight distributing, which will allow me to pull my trailer with damn near anything on it and not overload the hitch (everything besides the hitch I have now is rated for 10,000) This will cost me about $200 plus shipping OR...... I can buy a weight distributing setup. I had one, but I can't seem to find the bars. I have the head, so I'd have to buy new bars, and brackets for my trailer tongue. This will cost me about $200 + shipping. I can't afford to do both. I do want to buy Reese's dual cam sway control as well even though I don't really think I'll need it with a 20' trailer, it's always nice to have. I hate to feel like I have no safety factor with this hitch. It's a 3 piece design and with my truck on the trailer I'm going to have about 8500# on the hitch. Opinions? I'm leaning towards the weight distribution, but someone here offered to buy my hitch which might motivate me to change hitches and buy the weight distribution later. Truck is a 1987 Chevy R30 (1 ton 2wd) with single wheels, 350, TH 400, 14 FF, 4.10s, e rated tires. Hitch is a Valley, ball mount/weight distribution head is a Reese rated for 10000#, ball is a 2 5/16" 1 1/4" shank rated at 10000#. I use a Tekonsha Prodigy, it's a great brake controller, if you don't have one you definitely want one--you just don't know it yet. Truck has something like 11 leaves on each side including overloads with frame brackets that will kick in if the truck will even squat that far. As of now it squats about 2" with the truck and trailer behind me, and not even enough to put it on the overloads. Basically truck and trailer sit completely dead level when towing. Trailer is a 18 + 2, 14,000 lb GVWR rating trailer that I just purchased. It will have my 6,000 lb trail machine on it. It has an adjustable coupler, (Bulldog) brakes on both axles, etc...... Opinions?