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Old 04-16-2016, 10:14 PM   #1
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Just bought a 2001 Sandpiper TF26K 28'4" length with 475 tongue wt. 7500lb gross weight. Pulling it with 2003 Excursion v-10. I currently only have a ball hitch. I just went on first trip locally to check it out while towing. I had some sway while towing passing semi's and general towing. I have started researching sway bars and weight distribution systems and am confused with all the different ones for sale. Any help on wading through all this would be greatly appreciated.
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Equalizer is all you need.
https://www.equalizerhitch.com
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x2 on the equalizer 4 point
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X 3 on the Equalizer 4 point with sway control.
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