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Old 06-06-2017, 09:20 PM   #1
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[SOLD] - Equalizer 4 point 1000/10,000 hitch

Equalizer 4 point sway control and weight distribution hitch. 1000 (tongue weight) / 10,000 (trailer weight)

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Old 06-12-2017, 11:01 AM   #2
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What are the lengths and widths of the stabilizer bars? Reason I ask is I have a E2 2 1200/12000, point sway setup and am looking to upgrade to 4 point sway control. Have a uncle that has a 4 point head, 12000# but cannot find the bars. If the ones for the 4 point are same length and width as my 2 point bars I do not need to buy new, or in your case used ones. Thanks in advance.
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BTW, I live in Texas
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Length is 35 1/2 and width is 1 1/4. Not sure if this helps
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Yes thank you very much. Hope you get a buyer for it, and Happy Camping!
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What are the lengths and widths of the stabilizer bars? Reason I ask is I have a E2 2 1200/12000, point sway setup and am looking to upgrade to 4 point sway control. Have a uncle that has a 4 point head, 12000# but cannot find the bars. If the ones for the 4 point are same length and width as my 2 point bars I do not need to buy new, or in your case used ones. Thanks in advance.
If I read this right, you are looking to use your e2 bars in the E4 hitch. They are not interchangeable, the attachment point on the hitch head is different. My dealer swapped out an e2 to the E4 for me and we could not use the same bars.
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Thanks for that info, as that is what I was planning to do. Can I ask why you upgraded? I'm doing so because I have a 38' TT and am trying to get the sway caused from the wind under control. If this is why you upgraded, did it help you?
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I had requested the E4 when I purchased the trailer and they made a mistake and installed the e2, they switched it out. I am towing a 25foot hybridcamper with an SUV (Durango) and felt the E4 would be best. I only really towed an empty camper with the e2 and did not have a problem, so it is not much of comparison.
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Thanks for your input. As for weight distribution, the E2, I have no complaints, but when it's windy I have to drive very cautious.
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