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Old 03-15-2016, 07:23 AM   #11
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With our previous 32' travel trailer I had a standard weight distribution hitch with friction sway control. We just bought a new 37' and I upgraded hitches to a Reese Dual Cam. Like previous posts have said its a pain to get truly dialed in. I'm almost there. You certainly can feel it trying to keep you in a straight line, which sometimes can be quirky, but I think it's just me getting used to the new hitch and trailer.

Definitely keep all the paperwork and don't be afraid to measure and readjust things if needed. The last adjustment I made was a very minor 1/4" adjustment on the angle of the hitch head that improved things.

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