Originally Posted by Robbsails
Recently we noticed a little sway in the front end while towing our TT. We are well under the weight limit but this problem reminders me of the problems when their is too much weight in the back of the TV, which brings the front end up enough to cause a little sway problem! I was thinking that I should add some air bags to the rear springs! Would this solve my problem?
I agree with others in that you should be sure that you are maximizing the WDH and sway control you have. I do this by measuring the front end height before and after hooking up, and true, weighing is better. I have weighed and the correlation of that measurement to weight on the front end. I can get all the weight back up there with my new Andersen.
Be sure your TV is not overweight.
Much of the sway I experience, which is not that bad now, but has to be due to the huge wall surfaces and the long length from axles to rear of trailer... mine is a toyhauler.
What I am dealing myself is incredible porpoising due to high weight and rough roads. I just ordered a set of Timbrens and Bilstein shocks. I also took an inventory and eliminated unnecessary weight. With my high tongue weight, and carrying things in the bed of the truck I was right at the GVWR on the truck.
Good luck figuring this out,