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Sway control for long TTs: What do you consider the best for the Tundra?

Discussion in 'Towing & Hauling' started by JaxSmith, Jul 14, 2018.

  1. Jul 14, 2018 at 10:25 PM
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    JaxSmith

    JaxSmith [OP] New Member

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    So I've been looking around at the various forms of sway control out there, and I'm curious what type everyone here is using. I've seen a few options...

    A) Standard WDH with friction sway control, like the Equal-i-zer
    B) The permanently mounted Pullrite no-sway receiver/hitch
    C) The Propride straight line
    D) The Hensley Hitch
    E) The Anderson Hitch
    F) Other...?

    I'm still torn on what I want to pull, and I'm leaning more towards a 30-32 foot lightweight travel trailer (~5500lb dry weight). My concern, however, is sway... especially considering the 1500lb payload on the Tundra makes doing a 15% tongue weight extremely difficult on heavier trailers (8000lb+).

    Have any of you tried the above, and what did you think of them? I'm concerned with the pullrite because it doesn't appear to be a WDH, which could be problematic. I like the look of the Anderson Hitch, but I can't find a lot of info about it.

    So, what do you all think?
     
    Last edited: Jul 14, 2018

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