Originally Posted by Wolverine
Sawdust, I just sold my 19H and went to a 228. From experience I can tell you what I would do. Look at a Equalizer 600 lbs. rated wdh setup. What I like about this is that the sway control is built in and you don't need a separate friction sway control. Nice thing is you can back up your trailer without having to unhook the friction sway control which is recommended. The Equalizer is the best bet for your setup in my opinion. Reese makes a dual cam wdh which gets good reviews also. Hope this helps and good luck with your new rig !!!!!
X2 - Make sure you have some type of WDH and sway control. I have the Equalizer brand and love it. My parents had the Reese Dual Cam system and it is very good too.
On the tongue of your HTT, you may have a sticker, that tells you the maximum recommended WDH allotted for your HTT. Most likely it says 1000 pound trunions. I would go with the largest possible, this will allow you to upsize to a larger trailer in the future, with a chance that you will not need to upgrade your WDH.
Best of Luck