Originally Posted by emtJason
snip........ We need a sway bar and was looking at the Reese 66078 which looks like has wdh and sway in one setup. Thought? Idea? Comments? ........snip
Welcome to the Jayco forums, and the new 32BHDS!
..... and since you asked about the WDH;
I echo "Crabman's" comment on the rating of the WDH. The 32BHDS, depending on your loading habits, can be a heavy TT considering it has a GVWR of 10,200lbs and is 36ft long (lots of places to store things). The UVW of 7,675lbs is not the ship weight, figure about 7,920lbs for a ship weight (but always think in terms of "loaded" weights).
It is recommended that the loaded tongue weight of a 36ft long TT be 13% to 15% of it's loaded weight:
Worst case loaded 32BHDS scenario:
13% to 15% of 10,200lbs = 1,326lbs to 1,530lbs tongue weight.
Moderate loading for family of four 32BHDS scenario:
13% to 15% of 9,000lbs = 1,170lbs to 1,350lbs tongue weight.
IMO, a 1,200lb rated WDH would be to light even under a "moderate" loaded condition. If it were my TT, I would be looking at a Reese HP Dual Cam brand WDH or Equal-i-zer brand WDH in a 1,500lb rating minimum (both have integrated sway control).
If your thinking of the Reese WDH product, go with the trunnion style spring bar (in lieu of round bar) since the 32BHDS has it's hitch ball coupler welded to the bottom of the TT A-frame.
Also, check the WD weight limit specifications of your TV's OEM receiver against the possible loaded weights of the 32BHDS.
Just food for thought.