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Old 05-09-2015, 08:52 PM   #1
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Weight distribution hitch

I'm looking for advise on a decent wd hitch and one that's not gonna cost me 2k and has to fit with the battery boxes and gen trey thanks


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what you towing with ? andersen is working good for me 2500 hd 6 gasser and xlr29. just did 300 miles today in cross winds in wy . no issues at all
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hello, hey just picked up the same trailer ( 2015 ) about a month ago and we have been out a few times already, I had the dealer install a husky weight dist. hitch with a husky friction sway bar, it hooks up and tows really good with this setup without breaking the bank, I also bought a left side sway off amazon for 38.00 but I don't know if I am even going to put it on, because it seems pretty decent as it is, good luck with the trailer we love ours. take care joe
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hello, hey just picked up the same trailer ( 2015 ) about a month ago and we have been out a few times already, I had the dealer install a husky weight dist. hitch with a husky friction sway bar, it hooks up and tows really good with this setup without breaking the bank, I also bought a left side sway off amazon for 38.00 but I don't know if I am even going to put it on, because it seems pretty decent as it is, good luck with the trailer we love ours. take care joe

If you have sway control available, it really makes no sense not to use it.

There are a number of good systems out there. Many (myself included) swear by the Equal-i-zer 4-point WDH with integrated sway control.


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I have the friction sway control on the right side that I use now with great results, but I read on here somewhere that folks were suggesting to use both on trailers over 25 foot so I picked up a left side, I still haven't had the chance to load my bike in trailer yet so I can not say if I will need the left after all, taking the bike along on a trip the last week of june so I will take it along with me and install it if it needs it. right now I am generally under 7000 pounds and it seems ok. thanks joe
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Reese dual cam, reese strait line or equal-i-zer are all good wdh with integrated sway control.
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Many (myself included) swear by the Equal-i-zer 4-point WDH with integrated sway control.

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I have the friction sway control on the right side that I use now with great results, but I read on here somewhere that folks were suggesting to use both on trailers over 25 foot so I picked up a left side, I still haven't had the chance to load my bike in trailer yet so I can not say if I will need the left after all, taking the bike along on a trip the last week of june so I will take it along with me and install it if it needs it. right now I am generally under 7000 pounds and it seems ok. thanks joe
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