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On ‎4‎/‎1‎/‎2017 at 10:30 PM, Kirk Wood said:

I would assume that you will be towing with an equalizer hitch of some type and those do provide at least some antisway, but I would still recommend use of more. I use the Curt friction sway control on our trailer. 

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These are a joke. There's no mechanical advantage the way they mount. Your trailer would have to go 45 degrees for them to work. Now if the front or back location was moved out then they would slid in and out more and the friction part could do its job.

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6 hours ago, beemergary said:

These are a joke. There's no mechanical advantage the way they mount.

It depends on the size and weight of the trailer. I have experience towing both with and without and will respectfully disagree.  

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