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Old 04-16-2011, 12:59 PM   #1
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weight distribution/sway control husky

husky center line or equalizer. i under stand that u can back up with husky do not know about equalizer.i would like to thank all for your help .thinking about geting equalizer but saw husky center line.NEED HELP.

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I back up, when needed, with my Eqaul-i-zer hooked up all the time. Never used a Husky, so, I can't speak to their quality or functionality.


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Husky has been around for a long time and is a excellent WD system. We back up all the time with the Husky WD and SB but you don't want to jack the TT to hard with the SB connected.
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