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Old 05-22-2015, 01:40 PM   #11
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I have a SwayPro WDH with 1000lb spring bars which is what the SwayPro 1000 is and it works very well for me since I got it set correctly. I have no sway or suck when a truck passes me. It's the only WDH I've ever used so I can't compare it to others but I really like it.

One thing I found good was that when I bought a new trailer this year that was a couple 1000lbs heavier than my previous one, I didn't have to buy a new hitch all I had to do was upgrade the spring bars. I was able to adjust the height of the ball using the existing hitch receiver and ball mount. Hooking up is easy also, the spring bars are very easy to hook up by using the tongue jack on the trailer to raise the rear of the truck.

Jack and Jan
Nights camped 2014 - 8 | Nights camped 2015 - 23 | Nights camped 2016 - 24
2015 Ford Super Duty F350 > Blue Ox Swaypro WD Hitch > 2015 Rockwood Windjammer 3008W
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Old 05-23-2015, 03:01 AM   #12
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Originally Posted by MilCop4523 View Post
we got rid of my P rated tires and installed LT's. no more sway - unsing the Reese dual cam WD sway control system
Reese DC sway control here too and with those dastardly P-Metric tires!

We have no issues with sway. Hmmm...

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Old 05-26-2015, 01:00 AM   #13
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Originally Posted by Markwie View Post
Is your trailer one with spread axles?

The service guy at my local dealership told me they get lots of complaints about sway with the spread axle trailers. I mitigated my issues on my 2015 Vibe with airbags and a Hellwig rear sway bar on my F150. It' not a perfect solution but it does seem to tow much better. I also inflated my P series tires to max inflation.

I may be upgrading to LT tires as well.

2015 Forest River Vibe 268RKS
hmmmm.... I have the same 268rks vibe.... I had the understanding that the spread axle would be better.. its worse?

2015 Forest River Vibe 268RKS being pulled by a 2010 F150 Lariat 5.4l, 3.73 axle Super Cab, Max Tow with 11,300 lb tow capacity , Equalizer 4 point W/D hitch
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