Well to start off i'll list my equipment so we can get that out of the way and then i will explain my problem in as much detail as possible. any and all feedback would be greatly appreciated.
Truck- 2008 Ford F350 6.4L Diesel
7" Procomp Lift
H&S mini max, S&B intake, FloPro turbo back exhaust
Firestone air helper springs
Reese pro series equilizer hitch
Trailer- 2007 29' Forest River Work and Play
Spring over conversion
12' garage, with custom frame and pro cabinets throughout
Toy- 2007 Arctic Cat Prowler
Ok here goes,
I believe i have nailed down my problem but would like all of you to confirm it or perhaps give me some more insight than i already have. When pulling my trailer it is very uncontrollable and has alot of sway, ive noticed its a little better when pulling with a different non lifted truck but i refuse to buy a different truck so thats not a option. The sway is most noticeable and the worst when going down a hill or around corners. It doesnt seem to be as bad when the trailer is loaded with water and my tool box on the hitch is loaded with jerry cans of fuel. I've bascially come to the conclusion that with the side x side and all the cabinets and contents that i have little to no tongue weight making the trailer very scary to pull. i am going to try and and some temp weight to the tongue and take it for a pull. I am contemplating having a welding shop weld steel plates to my tongue about 2/3 of the weight of my side x side to help with this condition. I believe this is the answer as i refuse to believe that my truck is the issue as i see people with lifted trucks pulling trailers all the time. Please feel free to spout off with any advice at all.
Thanks in advance