THERES A FEW FACTORS IN VOLVED
I Did Not Read Every ones post ,,,,
So That Said..
If your driving a 3500 F350 truck just truck's.
you might be all right if IF you live in a state that is kinda flat & not a twisty winding road & not a lot of hills?
you could possibly not see a big deal UNTILL YOU HIT A CROSS WIND....
"" even then you might just brush it off hummmm""""
weight distribution & Sway control is a funny thing.
"JUST THE FRONT END OF YOUR TRUCK"
you have a traction bar swayer's bar's steering stabilizers & dampeners .. ALL O.M.E "STANDARD PARTS"WE are not even adding a 4X4 Axel in there ...
IF if say you put H.D parts in place of these O.E.M YOUR TRUCK IS GOING TO HANDLE way different THAN that the same truck of same GVW....
wair i live we have hill'S like you have never seen some on the high ways you can walk right up them some hairpin turns straight up a A** DRAGGING HAUL ALL THE WAY
with twisted turns straight down white knuckle rides summer leave piping boozeos stopping in the middle of the road taking pictures trying to get run over on my watch NOT!!! HAPPINING.... there is no perfect trail or highway... go safely..
MY TRUCK IS A 2000 3500 EXT CAB DODGE DULLY 4X4 8' BED 4.10 G it has over load on top of my 1 ton leaf's this truck will haul safely 8,000 LBS easy but i can feel the difference when i do not use my WDH... and AND,
in a cross wind THAT, MY Friend is mouther nature your messing with very very UNFORGIVING SHE IS ...
and there is a difference in what kind of WDH set you get ..
I have the round bar setup it's a older one but good one. i like it ...
i got it with one of my first trailers and i kept this hitch setup i took all the brackets and set it up on every trailer i get...
my trailer is a TT 2608ws 2014 weight is ruff 5,700
just my take