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Old 12-01-2014, 01:29 PM   #43
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Perhaps your desires for the "option" may come true sooner then you think. Here is a like where Forest River is offering sway control as an option.

XLR Teams With Tuson Sway Control | RV Industry News

Apparently it will be available on their various toy haulers. I would think once one company offers the option other manufacturers may offer them as well.
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I see this thread died out a couple of years ago. Is that because everyone went back to their Hensley's or because you have all gotten electronic sway control installed on your AS?

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The Hensley Arrow on our 2015 23D and the ProPride on our 2014 31' Classic have been installed and setup properly. So there would be no advantage to me for the anti sway Tuson device. However, I would consider upgrading our upgrade to disc brakes on the Classic to the Tuson ABS disc brake system. I already have the Tuson DirecLink NE brake controller installed in our 2012 Ram 2500 HD Cummins Classic tow vehicle.
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The Hensley Arrow on our 2015 23D and the ProPride on our 2014 31' Classic have been installed and setup properly. So there would be no advantage to me for the anti sway Tuson device. However, I would consider upgrading our upgrade to disc brakes on the Classic to the Tuson ABS disc brake system. I already have the Tuson DirecLink NE brake controller installed in our 2012 Ram 2500 HD Cummins Classic tow vehicle.

Except in the worst condition: downgrade with exhaust brake but no service brake engaged. Hitch has slack at that point. Wrong time to meet a crosswind or a pair of big trucks.

So, yes, there would be an advantage to the TUSON anti sway, even with a Hensley designed hitch.
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