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Old 05-14-2011, 07:54 PM   #1
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Sway Control

I am getting ready to replace my sway control bar on my 32 ft TT. While shopping online I find a bar I want to purchase. Underneath the ad, it warns that trailers over 25 ft need to have two sway control bars. Is this correct?


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Some people think so for the friction type sway controls. Why not go to a Reese Dual Cam High Performance WD hitch which included sway control.

It is a good hitch and a well proven design.

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