Another piece of helpful advice for those new to WDH systems. It is generally known and most places will tell you, do not back up with a sway bar in place. As well, your sway bars should be loosened and allowed to travel free, if you are doing a lot of in town driving, requiring sharp maneuvers and/or lots of 90 degree turns. My practice, is only to put the sway bar in place just prior to entering the highway (yet seriously, with our new rig with the wide stance axles, I have not needed the sway bar at all).
What many do not tell you, is that often times to reduce stress on the hitch and WDH Bars, it is also a good practice to remove them prior to the maneuvers to back your trailer into the parking place at your final destination. Especially if your backing maneuver requires a near 90 turn.
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