Originally Posted by warwand
oh...sorry I have a 30' Puma and yes I have an equalizer hitch with a sway arm control. Most of my cargo weight is towards the front.
I have the same hitch as Norotso, the Equalizer. I still have some sway at around 65mph, so have been keeping it down at 60 - 62mph. My trailer tongue weight is on the low side (about 11%) with the two large slides at the rear, so I've been moving things forward. That will help the sway. As the trailer is rear heavy, I wonder if that contibutes to the sway (back and forth oscillation). I also plan to remove the rear spare and put it in the truck bed and as the trailer is a bit front end low, should be able to increase the equalization to raise the rear of the truck another 1 to 2", which also will improve the antisway by increasing the friction. I have the RAS on the rear to help with the load and bouncing, but yet to tow with it. Just some things to consider to improve your towing experience.