Other than the noise it makes creaking around turns, it performs wonderful. We pulled our 27RLWS with a Ram 1500 4X4 crew with a 5.7 hemi and had no issues with sway at all. We have since traded that truck for a Ram 2500 4X4 6.7 diesel crew with with a 3.42 rear end and boy that did it just right. No sway at all and no effects of big trucks passing by on the interstate highway. It's a heavy hitch and remember to snug the bolts on the hitch on a regular basis. They have been known to loosen up from time to time. I have a the right size sockets to do the job and keep them in the bed of the truck. You need to check the "L" brackets on the trailer as well and make sure they are snug.
Enjoy that hitch as the only other hitch to have is the $3,500.00 Hensley hitch. It's quite obvious why we didn't go with the Hensley, $$$$.
The Anderson Hitch WILL NOT work on heavy tongue weights like the 27RLWS. It will not transfer enough weight to the front suspension. With a F150 or our 1500 for sure it wouldn't have done what it needed to do. They are for lighter trailers and tongue weights.
Keep your speed UNDER 65 mph as those are "C" rated tires. Max psi is 50 and max speed is 65 mph.
Hitch it up and enjoy.
Chuck and Joanne
2014 Flagstaff Super Lite Classic 27RLWS Emerald
2013 Dodge 2500 4x4 Laramie Crew
Equal-i-zer 1200/12,000 4-point WDH