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Old 11-27-2007, 11:50 PM   #1
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Reese Pro Series SC WD/Sway control

Anyone using this hitch setup ? I wondering because I need to setup my new 19' Bambi, and it looks like a friendly install around the LP tanks and piping on the A-frame. I'd rather go for the dual cam, I think, but the cam mounting to the trailer frame would require mods.

My TV is a Chevy HD2500 duramax. Thanks in advance.

TT: 2007 Bambi 19' 75th Anniversary Special Edition, David Winick
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Old 06-28-2011, 04:06 PM   #2
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I too am looking for info on this setup. I have owned the equalizer setup in the past and it has worked great. I would love to know how others have faired with this version

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Old 06-28-2011, 07:20 PM   #3
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Bought dual cam for my 19 Bambi never used dual cam dosn't need it . Tow with a heavy half ton chevy express. Pulled it to AS factory in march terible snow storm and wind had put on my fiction bar to get it there, found on arrival I had not tightened it, never had a issue. Two weeks latter towed to Bull Head city AZ. and back to Mi. 5000 miles friction bar only mildly tight, wind ,truck emergence swerve and breaking no problem!!! Must mention I tow alot I run any speed that conditions allow up to 75mph

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After many years of using the same old hitch I thought I needed a "better" one. I used a new Reese Dual Cam for a while. Did not like it, especially when the road was wet, so I went back to the 30+ year old Quality S Hitch.

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