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Old 08-07-2012, 08:45 AM   #15
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A few of us have switched to the Andersen WD hitch. It has built in sway control and pretty much goes on and off in a snap. Those of us with it have no complaints. It is very light and a kid could put it on if you let them. The best part is you can find them online for $400.


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Old 08-07-2012, 08:47 AM   #16
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I pull a 25' with a 2500 Dodge most of the time. No tendency to sway. I hooked it up to a 32 foot and I could feel an unstability. I re adjusted the hitch and it got better. The 32 footer got the same milage and pulled well, but definitely has more of a tendency to do it own thing in some situations. I also heard that from another owner who downsized to a 25 from a 32 footer. There is a lot of trailer hanging out behind the wheels in the 32 footers. What kind of hitch do you use? Does it already have some sort of anti sway built in? I have so far not used the add on friction type sway controls. I use the Reese St. Line and so far that seems like enough, at least for the 25'.

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