Originally Posted by GapSupply
Thanks Flybob! I will search for the PDI. I have a 2012 Titan Pro4x with the tow package and break control and the trailer will have a Blue Ox SwayPro.
Would it be out of the ordinary to ask the dealer to hook up water and test all the plumbing?
I think you'll really like the Sway Pro. Don't be afraid to raise the tongue up with the tongue jack so you can tighten the chains. It may take a few times to get the best chain length settings to properly load the "spring bars". Once you have the chain length figured out, take some paint and paint the chain link that you use to determine the proper bar load. This really helps speed up the hooking up process as counting chain lengths each time is not the best approach and can cause misadjusted chains (bars) if you miscount on one or both sides!
Something else I did was replace the short, flat tighting handle supplied by Blue Ox with a longer breaker bar with the approbate sized socket and it is easier and less dangerous as you have MUCH better control when locking/unlocking the chains.