Got home, started over with the WD instructions. Ended up with the ball 2.5" higher, and using three links. The bars are parralel to the tongue. Front sits exactly where it was unloaded, and the back is down 1/2". Then I went on test drive without sway bar. The difference is night and day. I can control it with one hand now. Got up to 62 and still great. Couldn't go faster, GSP was out lol. The little tail wag back and forth I could see in my mirrors is gone. Trailer sits perfect level measuring off its frame.
Thanks for the help yall!
2016 Flagstaff 27VRL with overloaded tires from factory
2015 Chevy Silverado