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Old 03-09-2020, 07:47 AM   #41
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Been using our No-Sway for over four years, originally with our Jayco Hummingbird (480 lb TW) towed with our FJ Cruiser and now with our 2109s Mini Lite (680 lb TW, up to 780 lbs) with our 2500HD.

It is by far the best hitch I've owned and I have zero complaints, it works great.
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Old 03-09-2020, 04:49 PM   #42
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Wall-e-pro, how do you like the Anderson hitch? Can you tell me what the model number is? I just got the 19FBS . Thank you for the help
Hey TexasGeoPro! Fellow Texan here, hopefully we'll see you out there! I got the Andersen 3350 model. Make sure you look at their site to get sizing instructions to make sure you're getting the correct drop amount. I've towed about 500 miles with it so far, and I'm so far really impressed. I put my frame brackets on with 80 lb/ft of torque, and did not use the set screw since I think that's what's forcing the frame to deform as I saw in my original post as well as a subsequent post in the thread. I've had no movement and the frame looks perfectly fine as of now.
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