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Old 01-29-2014, 06:59 AM   #21
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While I agree u should load the trailer the way you tow before u set your dual cam hitch, I did not do it that way, just didn't think of it, turns out there really wasn't much difference when I was towing..


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Old 01-29-2014, 08:15 AM   #22
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I am using the Hensley Arrow now but I tried both the dual cam and the Equal-izer but both of these WD units still allowed sway when I would travel on the interstates. But my Hensley has eliminated all sway and has allowed me to actually enjoy the trip while pulling my 34' V-lite on all different kinds of roads and in different types of traffic. I have complete control of my trailer at all times and never have to worry with the Hensley like I did with the other two hitches. Even my wife is happier with the Hensley, She has told me that she was scared on many different occasions with the other hitches when we were driving in interstate traffic.


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