sorry, but you are incorrect. Please note in my original post I stated the *manufacturer* will void the warranty if you use a WDH. Not the dealer. I also purchased this directly from the manufacturer and asked this very question.I can tell you right now that the dealer is full of shit. With WDH you do need to get the correct one since there are different capacities on a lot of them. With how light the trailer is you technically do not need to get a WDH when it is empty but when you have it loaded down it is a differnt story.
Also if you dont like the ride then it may benefit you to change shocks on the truck to help with the ride as well. If you domt want to lift or level the truck then I would recommend either the Eibach or Bilstein shocks. Both will help the ride quality and improve overall control.
Hope this helps.
The trailer is an ultra-lightweight all aluminum enclosed car hauler from Trailex. With the way the trailer is constructed, they do not allow for any WDH.