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Old 08-26-2015, 08:47 AM   #11
Join Date: Jul 2013
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Originally Posted by thebrakeman View Post
I just saw your other thread, and already posted there. I can personally recommend the Equal-I-zer to you. As long as you specify a TW rating greater than your actual TW, you WILL be able to transfer all lost weight back to the front wheels. If you are not sure, always round up. For example, if TW is 1150, skip the 1200 unit, and go 1400. My 1000 lbs unit has been great, even though TW is around 750.
Thank you! Prior to discovering the Anderson, I was between the SwayPro and the Equal-i-zer. The SwayPro seems like the same basic design as the Anderson...but with bars versus chains. Just not very confident that the similar design would result in different result. I'll take a good, close look at the Equal-i-zer again.

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