We have a Argosy 22 trailer. When we purchased it the seller included some Reese hitch parts. As close as I can tell they are an older style Reese Light Duty Weight Distribution set up and a Reese Friction Sway Controller. Am I right? Are these what I think they are?
Our Old Reese Friction Sway Control. This looks to be the same as this. https://www.etrailer.com/Weight-Dist...ies/83660.html
Our Distribution Frame Attachment Point.
Our Old Reese Weight Distribution Set
New Reese Light Duty Weight Distribution. I think this is a newer version of what we have. https://www.etrailer.com/Weight-Dist...e/RP66558.html
We are intending to spend extended travel and time in this trailer over the next year or two. The trailer is pretty much an aluminum tent inside at this point. When trailer shell is back on I can get an accurate weight. When we brought the trailer home, not using the added Reese parts, the trailer towed great. No sway. We could not hardly tell we were towing. Would this trailer need additional sway control or weight distribution set up? I guess the only way to know for sure is to go through the process of hooking it up? Do these Reese components age? Do they wear out over time with use?
Our tow vehicle is a 2011 Ram 1500
Trailer is an Argosy 22 ft ... 5800 gvwr ... 3720 factory dry weight ... 410 tongue weight. I've also seen 560 as tongue weight. Weights specs are from literature, not actual weights.