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Old 03-14-2008, 07:26 PM   #21
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posted by Dodge Guy:
I`ve said the same thing for years! with my DC it holds the TV and TT as one unit. you can feel the bow wave effect, but I have no sway.
The DC unit (in my case a Reese StraitLine system) is proactive, whereas most of the other anti-sway systems are reactive. That's why the TT &TV move as one. I have no sway, but the vacuum from the big rig moves my entire unit as one piece. I'm very pleased with my DC system and I don't see any reason to "upgrade" to something that costs 6 times as much. Even if I had that kind of money to spare, I've got a lot of other things I'd like to do where I could use that money. But to each his/her own. My opinion is that if you've got something you're happy with, no matter what the price, then it's the best there is.

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