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Put a scale under the trailer's hitch. It should weigh between 100 and 150 pounds (10-15% of total trailer weight). Any less and you'll have stability problems, any more and you definitely need to shift some of it backwards. Before going to a weight distribution hitch, or any other system which adds weight to an already maxed-out vehicle, I'd experiment with the way you load the bike.

PS: Most Hyundai suspensions err on the soft side. Even my Santa Fe sags noticeably under moderate tongue loads.
 

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The lack of suggestions might be related to the fact that you ignored the first two. Nobody wants to waste their time on an abandoned thread.

Either that or people are just reluctant to say what's really on their minds... that throwing money at a Hyundai Elantra will not turn it into a Ford F-150. :57:
 
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