The “BULLET”

The Bullet draws the trailer toward your tow vehicle, suspending the
trailer’s downward force.  Lateral springs mitigate swaying without the
noise of a friction based anti-sway design.
No disconnecting when backing up either.

 

Easy install:  No Drilling.  Clamps around frame.

 

 

Lower your trailer so that your trailer and tow vehicle are level.  But don’t transfer your trailer’s WEIGHT onto your ball yetAdjust the chain length.  Only use what is needed.  Pull the spring bracketing backward so that all parts are rigid.  Tighten the 3/4″ bolt which runs through the spring or use the I bolt under the ball so that “The Bullet” is tight.   Like any weight distribution hitch, your trailer’s weight will lower the back of your tow vehicle 1 to 2 inches when installed and loaded.  This is normal.  Finish lowering the trailer and its weight onto the ball.  You can think of our springs as a trampoline.  It reduces the downward force of your trailer’s weight.  It also reduces sway.  When turning, one spring will compress while the other side is slack.

 

 

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PHONE # 760 231 9048
EMAIL: Kaadengineerg@gmail.com
227 Via El Centro  Oceanside, CA 92058

      

What the customers are saying…

I bought this system from Kadence engineering and it is a great product!  Not only is the sway control very good the ride of the truck is great, no more heavy bumping just a gentle spring that is very soft.  No removing the system to park or back up either, another nice touch and no noise either.  Here are pictures one is full turn with no problems.

  

New message from: 801caesar_l (428Turquoise Star)

I bought this system from Kadence engineering and it is a great product!  Not only is the sway control very good the ride of the truck is great, no more heavy bumping just a gentle spring that is very soft.  No removing the system to park or back up either, another nice touch and no noise either.  Here are pictures one is full turn with no problems.

it took me less than an hour to set it up, I set up the bottom part of the hitch and hook up the trailer to calculate the best spot for the brackets. adjust them , adjust the springs ( I will fine tune the spring tighten to better suit the weight of my trailer) and tighten the chains , all easier than a regular bar system.

when hook up the trailer the best spot to tighten the chains is right before the weight of the trailer goes on the ball. and also is the only spot where is possible to release the coupler locker.

the sway on my truck diminish drastically, the space between my fender and the tire use to come down more than 2 inches with the no sway system it came down less than one inch, the driving comfort improved and the brakes felt more precise.

The only minor improvement I will do is replace nuts of the chain tensioner for butterflies nuts to make it easy to hook/unhook.

bottom line, it does what it supposed to do but with a third of the weight and a third of the price of a regular bar weight distribution system, is better looking plus is easier and faster to hook and unhook the trailer.

I’m using it on a 2013 Toyota Tacoma pulling a Starcraft RT10 GVWR 3500 lbs / Hitch weigh 350 lbs.

Thank you.

Cesar Lopez