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Old 06-11-2016, 12:00 PM   #1
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Pulling our new Jayco Flight 32tsbh with e350 need sway bar recommendations.

Today we are headed on a short camping trip to test out our new trailer.
My husband has a pro serious distribution hitch on now. . It's obvious we need sway bars. What do you recommend we get? We will be traveling 6 hours in two weeks and I won't be able to deal with it if we don't get this thing driving smooth!
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Old 06-11-2016, 12:30 PM   #2
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Old 06-11-2016, 12:34 PM   #3
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You probably mean you have a 'Pro Series weight distribution hitch', correct?

You'll probably need to check into the friction device(s) that Pro Series offers for their hitch. I'm not sure how some other brands would work with what you already own.

I'd also suggest to be sure your tires, truck and trailer, are inflated to the maximum shown on the sidewall. Doing that reduces sidewall flexing and often makes a big reduction in sway and your tires will run cooler.

Have a great trip in your new trailer.
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Old 06-11-2016, 02:07 PM   #4
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We have the same trailer. I had a 14K Equalizer; while the hitch was "adequate", I could never get it dialed in to my comfort level. The 32TSBH is heavy in the rear with opposing slides in the bunk room. My wife said no long trips until it towed more smoothly. So, this year I bought a ProPride hitch. We've been on two short trips with it, and the difference is amazing. No push-pull when a trailer truck passes. It's also extremely quiet. We're going to Maine in July, about 5 hours, so I'll have a better feel for the ProPride then.

The Equalizer is a fine hitch, it's just that everyone has different comfort levels.

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