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Old 05-11-2018, 09:01 AM   #15
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Husky center line W-D

Anyone have experience with Anderson chain type W-D. Anti sway??
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Old 05-11-2018, 09:32 AM   #16
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I use that hitch on my 29' Excella, which I pull with a 1500 Ram. The hitch is heavy (60 lbs, or so), and hitch up requires some muscle and technique. But, my wife can do by herself. It's way cheaper than many alternatives, I have had no problems backing up or otherwise maneuvering, and it completely resolved all the issues I was having with sway. So, I'm a fan. I'm sure I'd like the more expensive ones, too, but for now I'll use the difference to buy something else I don't need.
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Old 05-11-2018, 10:54 AM   #17
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Anyone have experience with Anderson chain type W-D. Anti sway??
Do not buy this hitch!

Review the thread on the Defacement of the Arch perpetrated by Andersen.

This is a poor hitch for a lot of reasons. It has a limited friction surface area, can damage coupler assemblies, and is limited in the weight the assembly will transfer. Much better solutions available, and it's not cheap. If price is the point, buy an Eaz-lift WDH and a brake pad friction strut. Pat
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Old 05-11-2018, 11:44 AM   #18
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Reese question and my 'opinion'.

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I switched from Reese last year to a Blue Ox SwayPro. Hitching up is pretty simple and it performs as advertised. Just my personal experience...
Did you have the Reese Dual Cam Sway control? If so, why did you switch? I have been using Reese Dual Cam for 40 years and find it very satisfactory. Reese spring bars are available in a variety of weight ratings, depending on trailer tongue weight and tow vehicle capacity.

Many systems work well. Some others, not so much. Just get a system that matches your vehicle specs.
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Old 05-11-2018, 12:36 PM   #19
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Have used the same Husky Centerline T/S on a 22 Sport and a 26 FC without issue. The 22 was pulled with a SUV and the 26 with a F 250. Set-up was different, needed a different drop shank and went from 400/600 lb. bars to 800/1200 lb. bars, but the head was the same.

Ride was fine and no sway of consequence with either rig. Minimal noise towing and backing with the bars attached. Easy to hitch and unhitch as long as you use the tongue jack and both units are straight. Towing was solid both up and down hills, with no drama.


Would recommend this product.
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Old 05-11-2018, 12:37 PM   #20
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If I had her trailer with 320# tongue weight, I'd opt for the Equalizer's little brother Fastway E2.
A friend has that on his small toy hauler, he's not at all into details, and he has no problems.

I'd also make sure her tires were good. A single axle trailer with cheap tires is asking for trouble.
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Old 05-16-2018, 07:50 AM   #21
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I have the Centerline TS, and it has been good. I can see a bit of a wiggle in the mirror at freeway speeds with a crosswind, but never enough to feel in the steering or pickup.

I will upgrade to the best option at some point because I just like the best I can have, but I am not in a hurry because all of my towing has been safe thus far, and I may get a get a newer trailer before long.
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