Well I replaced my Reese WDH setup with an Equal-i-zer. It took approximately an hour to put together and setup. It took longer to find a 1-7/8" thin wall socket to install the ball. Thanks to NAPA Auto parts for helping me out there. All the RV dealers are closed today. The Reese setup was ok, I never had any sway control with it. I was going to get the dual cam setup, but I didn't want to deal with adjusting it and all the mounts to my TT frame.
We loaded the camper as if we were going on a trip and headed off to the nearest Walmart parking lot for a nice flat level surface. Funny thing, in all reality, I probably dont need the WDH. when I measured the front wheel well, uncoupled was 39 1/2". Coupled without WD engaged it went to 40". When I engaged the bars, the measurement went to 39 3/4". According to the instructions, I'm right on the money.
Drove it for about 15-20 miles, it feels great. The only thing I would do is when I'm backing up into a spot, I am going to disconnect the bars. Equalizer customer service says it's not required to do so.
Thanks to my DW for the assistance!
2015 Jayco 24FBS Elite Jay Flight
2013 Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD 4X4 6.0L 3.73 Axle
HD Trailering Package with Integrated Brake Controller
Equal-i-zer Hitch 10k/1000