When we bought our first V-nose, 35' Windjammer, I couldn't believe how much more sway at speed there was compared to our 28' Laredo. Same truck same truck tires just loose at speed. After reading a bit I learned that conventional trailers break the wind over the top and create down force on the tail... A v-nose deflects the wind to the sides which constantly buffets the sides at speed. I have finally, this year, found a combination without going to a Hensley or Pro-pride hitch. With the bars adjusted, I put on two fiction stabilizers, one on each side of my WD hitch and always travel with the Water tank (which is in the front) at least 3/4 full. Ours has a front bath and bedroom so the tanks are the only place I can add tongue weight.
I love our floor plan even more now that I can control it
2018 Wonderful Windjammer
2019 Gas Super Duty