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Old 09-21-2014, 09:28 AM   #1
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safety check

I just purchased a 1964 28' Airstream and plan to pick it up in orlando. I live in NJ.

My tow vehicle is a 2003 toyota sequioa with a factory tow package & transmission cooler. I am also installing a ProPride hitch.

The trailer sits at 4300 lbs. My capacity is 6300lbs

trailer brakes work.

I spoke with Sean from ProPride and he said it would not be a problem. I see minivans towing with one of these anti-sway systems and it looks like it's not a problem for them.

Just looking for anyone that might have direct experience with this setup.

Thanks in advance!
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