Originally Posted by thomasmnile
snip...... They sell/recommend the Reese Pro Series SC WD hitch. Are you familiar with it?.....snip
Yes, the Reese SC
(sway control) WDH is similar to the design of the Equal-i-zer brand WDH.., both have integrated sway control. The "Reese SC" WDH is one step down from the "Reese HP Dual Cam WDH" (Reese Strait Line WDH).
The Reese "Pro-Series" WDH is just a standard WDH (no integrated sway control).
If I had to choose between a "Reese SC" WDH and "Equal-i-zer" WDH, I would pick the Equal-i-zer...., but that's just me.
What ever brand/style WDH you select, make sure you watch the dealer tech install/adjust the WDH, and gather all the WDH documentation for future reference. The dealer tech (if he adjusts it correctly) will be setting up the WDH based on "unloaded" TV/TT weights..., the WDH will have to be adjusted one more time at a later date under TV/TT "loaded" conditions.