This applies to those who have a separate sway bar.
Everyone who values the camper and their tow vehicle removes the sway bar before backing.
If you are backing and exceed the sway bar travel something is going to give. Damage WILL result. Either to the trailer tongue, the hitch, or, at the very least, the sway bar itself.
I usually remove the sway bar while at the check-in station.
Chuck - Sparta, TN
2012 Jay Flight 22FB, 2 x Honda EU2000i
2013 GMC Yukon XL Denali AWD
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