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Old 09-26-2017, 07:14 PM   #1
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Ball for a Pro Series Friction Sway control?

Somehow my ProSeries friction sway control lost its ball. I want to buy another one, but I'm a pretty good internet researcher and can't find the specification anywhere. Does anyone know? I'm talking not about the trailer hitch ball, but the sway control ball that gets attached next to the hitch coupler on the hitch.
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Old 09-26-2017, 07:19 PM   #2
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Is this what you need: https://www.etrailer.com/dept-pg-Acc...n-pc-Ball.aspx

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Somehow my ProSeries friction sway control lost its ball. I want to buy another one, but I'm a pretty good internet researcher and can't find the specification anywhere. Does anyone know? I'm talking not about the trailer hitch ball, but the sway control ball that gets attached next to the hitch coupler on the hitch.
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Here you go...

Reese site...

http://www.proseriestowing.com/produ...AZtRi7eiafk12o

Parts catalog on page 8...

http://www.proseriestowing.com/suppo...ment-Parts.pdf

Part 58060 on Amazon... $16.08 with Prime.

https://www.amazon.com/Reese-Towpowe.../dp/B000CPAF5S
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Apparently balls for sway control systems are "standard." But when I tried to confirm specs for any out the online parts, I couldn't. There's so much fraud on the internet I decided not to chance out. Luckily there's a place in Atlanta called Hitch House, where Bob helped me with this and some issues I didn't know I had. Bob was great. Problem solved.
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