New Reese Dual Cam System
I just purchased a Reese Dual Cam system for my 1973 24ft Argosy. I was toying with going without the Dual Cam, since i pulled it home from the previous owner with his hitch and no sway control, and I did not have any issues. It was over 150 mile trip home on mostly interstate with no issues. The main reason I went for the Dual Cam, other than it seems to be one of the best systems for the money, was that when searching the internet most companies sold it as a package, including everything except the ball. I could by a Reese Straight line, without the cams, but by the time you added the shank, the cost was not a lot different than the complete system.
I called my local Airstream dealer, and they said that Reese does not offer packages like this and that for the price, they were probably not selling all Reese parts. They wanted over $600 for the system, I paid $399 for the system, and $35 for shipping, no tax. I ordered it on Monday afternoon, and it arrived on Friday morning, just as advertised, 100% Reese. Reese Straightline 1,000-10,000 Dual Cam System including Shank.
Usually the internet is cheaper than a dealer, by a little, but to me, this was a huge difference. So if you are looking for a hitch, defiantley take a look online first.