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Old 12-15-2011, 06:05 AM   #11
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Location: Orange County, N.Y.
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I use the reese dual cam now. On my 2 previous TT's we used a friction type sway bar. I never removed the bar when I backed up and it did not hinder me in tight turns. Since switching to the reese I see a vast improvement. The reese helps prevent sway from starting verse the frictiontype helps to minimize sway once it has started.
While towing on I-95 coming back from Disney I had to do a quick lane change at 65mph because a tire flew off the bus ahead of me. My TT tracked perfectly behind my TV during this manuever because my dual cam was properly set up.

Joe, Joyce , 4 Kids and 3 Dogs.
2004 V-10 Excursion with Hellwig sway bar, Roadmaster Active Suspension, Bilstein shocks and steering stabilizer, Super Duty Tow Mirrors,
3.73 Gears, Reese dual cam, Prodigy brake controller.
2010 Jayco Jay Flight G-2 32 BHDS
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