Originally Posted by Dunner
Since we're talking about Trac Bars, I have a question. I will almost always be towing my 20' enclosed ~5k actual weight trailer with a Curtis sway control bar.
Will this combination eliminate or reduce the rear end of my MH from needing a trac bar? I've done the CHF, but have only had it on two trips and I don't recall it having any tail wagging the dog traits. It seems like the sway control bar would reduce the tendency for rear end to shift.
Not sure what a CHF is.
The trailer sway control is designed to help control the trailer. I would not depend on it to control side-to-side MH movement, though it might do some of this.
The track bar is designed to control small side to side movements of the suspension, and by small I mean less than 1/2 inch. It doesn't take much movement to affect the steering.
If you are not experiencing any sway without the track bar count your self lucky.