We have a Ridgeline and Honda insists no wdh be used. Why? I have no idea
The back of the truck drops about two inches hitched but the trailer is level . I was worried about floaty front tires. That now is a non worry . We do also have a 46 lb generator and some tools and 2.5 gal extra gas in the truck so it's not badly overloaded there
Your springs in your TV may be different so I can't say you will or won't need a wdh
Sway command is awesome. It does work.
So does a separate brake command in the mountains or on the highway. Some jerk stopped in front of us on I 40 in OK city and backed up to get to his left exit he missed. In the high speed lane
2012 Honda Ridgeline
2016 195 RB.. 10,500 miles under tires as of today.
Been down many a dirt road in the west. We go where not too many rv'ers go.