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Old 05-24-2016, 06:57 PM   #51
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I have a ProPride 3P. On my second travel trailer. Absolutely NO sway. Safety has no price. Put it on my first TT after being scared to death with trailer sway. ProPride and Hensley are similar in design. Trailer Sway Elimination | Sway Control | Truck RV Trailer Hitch Accessories | ProPride, Inc.
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Old 05-24-2016, 08:02 PM   #52
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I have a ProPride 3P. On my second travel trailer. Absolutely NO sway. Safety has no price. Put it on my first TT after being scared to death with trailer sway. ProPride and Hensley are similar in design. Trailer Sway Elimination | Sway Control | Truck RV Trailer Hitch Accessories | ProPride, Inc.
I do agree with you with on the HA and the 3P for sway, but you should still have proper setup. You can still have other handling issues with either hitch. Tongue weight to low you can still jackknife, TW to high you can lose steering and front braking control and be pushed by your TT. Don't let it fool you.
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Thank you everyone for your input. We are looking into an equalizer four point hitch. I will also look into the blue ocean and propride ones also. It's in for service now and they are looking into a bent frame and checking that the axles are tru. We are going to lightning the load in the rear of tt and put a little more weight in front. See if that helps. Wish me luck! Thanks again for all of your help. I'll keep you posted.
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Lets us know what helps. good luck!
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Husky centerline hutch solved the problem on our 2013 vlite flagstaff. Our 2011 Gmc 2500Hd truck also has some built in sway control...but the equalizer hitch eliminated ALL scary wags and sways...
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