Originally Posted by Mac rv
Did not have WD or anti sway installed but still towed very well. We leave for our Texas winter stay in early Nov.
Not telling you what to do, but I would think twice about not using a WDH and sway control. That's a long and heavy TT...
My father in-law saw a wreck not to long ago, where a Suburban was pulling a TT over 30', it started swaying and eventually flipped the TT and TV. He stoped and helped the people out, no one was heart bad. Went back and looked at the hitch, no WD or sway control. Asked the driver where they were. His response was "I've driven from Michigan to Florida and back without one." My father in-law pointed out that he was not back, he was in Tennessee.
IMO you may
not need them, but when you realize you do, it's too late.