Originally Posted by lbrjet
I would get an Equal-i-zer 4 point or Reese Dual Cam for that giant trailer. Your current hitch may be undersized as well. Hard to tell.
From the looks of the photo, the spring bars are maxed out already. I don't think one more link will help.
I had the same situation when I picked up my 27RLWS in Des Moines and towed it home 14 hrs. I had my old Draw-Tite with 750 lb bars. With a 580 lb tongue weight empty it should have worked. The 35 mph cross wind did not help. Maximum speed 50 mph due to sway and porpoising.
My DW is an extremely nervous passenger. She was not along on the initial trip. I was seriously considering selling the new trailer.
Ordered in the Equalizer 4 pt. 1200. Other posters gave me the set up specs with their similar trucks and trailers. I still went through the measuring set up, but it was perfect first time round.
Have had a couple of pulls in real bad conditions since. Like night & day. One handed relaxed driving. I don`t care about the low speed noise. Actually it`s quieter than the Draw-Tite (Reese) was.