Recently changed WD hitches
I recently changed from the Reese "Straight Line" with DC sway control to the 4-pt Equalizer, but I also changed my travel trailer (new trailer is slightly shorter and slightly lighter) so it's a little hard to make exact comparisons. Having said that, I did like the Reese set-up. Liked that I could fine tune by simply going up or down one chain link. While towing - never had a problem with the Reese. One issue that I had is that I was never comfortable just leaving the dual cams installed when my trailer was in off-site storage stall. I was always afraid someone could easily remove them and they are not cheap to replace. So when I put the trailer in storage, I removed the dual cams and took them home and reattached when I was getting ready to go on the next trip. When I recently changed trailers, I thought that I would try the Equalizer due to near universal likes. I have only towed with it a couple of times, but one of the trips was 300 miles so got a pretty good feel for it. It is noisy at low speeds and turning. I am also feeling a bit more "push" from large trucks when they come from behind me in the left lane while I am going a bit slower in the right lane. My hitch set-up may just need a bit of fine tuning. My overall feeling is that I am pleased with the Equalizer and I believe that it is slightly easier and quicker to hook-up.
2015 Rockwood 2618W, 2-A/Cs 50 Amp
2014 F150 Ecoboost, S-CREW 157" WB, 6.5' box, Tow Mirrors, Maxtow, 3.73
Equalizer 4-pt WDH