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Old 08-28-2017, 01:35 PM   #15
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Old 08-28-2017, 01:51 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by woodfox45 View Post
Thanks for all the info I towed it friday with the 800lb. bars seemed to ride ok but didn't go very far just up the express way a few miles didn't get any sway from trucks passing me I still have my 600lb. bars . I'll be using it in about 2 weeks from now with a full load I'll know more then .
I think you will find that the 800lb bars are the ticket for your rig. I tow a 28' with a Tundra and have experimented with 800lb & 1200lb bars and found the 800lb bars work better. 1200lb bars too stiff for my 1/2 ton. My Reese dual cam (straight line) is circa 2008 and there is no 1000lb bars made for this year model as some members here have suggested. Only 800lb and 1200lb even though 1000lb bars may very well be the sweet spot
Get the Reese set up correctly and you will love the simplicity of it. I had to tilt the ball 7 degrees to get enough weight to my front wheels and then made a few CAT scale visits to confirm the comfortable ride. Good Luck

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