Can anyone say if there is much of an improvement to using the Dexter EZ-Flex suspension equalizers over the basic cast iron ones? I'm wondering if there is a good reason to spend more on these. Our TT is 29' with 6800 lb wt.
And exactly what do the equalizers do? And I don't mean "it improves the ride". If one wheel goes up, the other goes down by an equal amount? Am trying to picture what happens while hitting bumps and potholes and the physics of it. If hitting a bump, the forward leaf springs would momentarily extend a bit (I think?), but wouldn't that force the rear axle upwards a bit?
I had a factory rep. at the RV show on the weekend tell me that it is very important to set your trailer up to ride level otherwise the weight difference on the front and rear axles can be enough to cause premature tire wear. I can see this on a TT without equalizers, but wouldn't the weight be pretty much balanced between axles with them?
Maybe someone has a link to a good explanation or video.