Sway bar suggestion needed.

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ScuffedBoots

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I need to purchase a sway bar. I would like one that you can purchase extra arms for so you can use a different tow vehicle if need be.

My husband drives his rig truck which means I pull the travel trailer. At about 60mph it walks a tiny bit around curves. I don't like having to keep a death grip on the wheel and a wary eye behind me so a sway bar is what I need!

If you have a link to one post it please!
 
Actually decided this is best left to professionals. I will just haul it all up to the rv dealer and let them "hook me up."

That seems more fool proof.
 
I suspect you are talking about the spring bars that do the weight distribution rather than the anti-sway device. Some hitches integrate the anti-sway protection right into the head and bar mechanism, e.g. the Reese Dual Cam, the Equalizer, and the Hensley and Propride hitches. Others use a friction-type add-on device, which in my opinion is much less effective.

The bars have to match the "head" of the hitch, so you need both the bars and a compatible hitch head to use a second tow vehicle.
 

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