Originally Posted by Pacerized
Those are excellent pictures Kevin. Thank for posting them. It appears that the shape of the saddle portion of the cam on yours is a little different then mine but the concept is the same. Perhaps the design changed in a final version of the old style cams before they were replaced by the new style cam. From what I can see I think I can get these on this Sun. in a short time. Then I only need to spend 20-30 hours adjusting the new setup so it rides as well as it did before I added the cams.
I forgot to mention in my earlier post that the classic Dual Cam Sway Control works with the new style weight distribution spring bars. It took me some time to get to the bottom of the nuances of setting the bars. What I learned is that it is imperative that the deepest part of "hook" on the end of the bar is centered in over the cam when the rig is in straight line. I use the new bars with the "hook" when towing my '64 Overlander with my '75 Cadillac Eldorado.
Another consideration when setting up your hitch is the weight rating of the spring bars in relation to the tow vehicle being utilized. With my Overlander as an example, it requires 800 pound spring bars when towed by the Cadillac or 600 pound bars when towed with my '99 K2500 Suburban with its much heavier suspension (the tongue weight on the loaded coach is usually between 725 and 750 pounds). The spring bars need to have visible deflection if the Dual Cam System is to work at its optimum level.
Good luck with your set-up!