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Old 05-01-2022, 03:26 PM   #15
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I would skip the anderson and look at the Reese Dual Cam (Straight Line). Much better design for sway control.

Why thatís not what I wanted?

Bought the Andersen and received it this week. Happy with the purchase and works well with my set up. I donít have the face book but the marketplace on there is probably the best bet for used items like this.
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Old 05-04-2022, 10:16 AM   #16
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What are you towing?
All I have heard is the Anderson works great for a little while on heavy trailers then works bad later. On light trailers it always works good. The weight on the tongue is the issue as the Anderson really shines with lighter loads, but the heavy loads just wear it out too fast.

Side note.... I bought two used, really used, WDH's on craigslist and they worked perfect and I put about 40,000 miles on each one. The first one was fine, but the second one I got came with a trailer so I started using it.
Craigslist is not dead, but fb market did take a big chunk out. I have bought and sold a lot of craigslist.
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I just went through the classifieds (all 22 pages) and found a few 5th wheel hitches, inverters, suspension items, and the such. Wide variety of items.



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