Originally Posted by tbear711
I have a jayco 23 rb and am towing it with 2015 CHEVY Z71 i SEEM TO GET A LOT OF TRAILER SWay when a semi passes me what is the best anti sway device I can get,
I assume you do not have a LDH with anti-sway, so your best bet are the friction type anti-sway mechanisms attached to the hitch and to the tongue of the trailer. The cheapest I've found are at Harbor Freight. I have one on my 287BHBE and it does a good job stabilizing the sway. Just remember to unhook it before backing up. If you jackknife while backing it will bend the bar and ruin the unit.
You may also want to make sure you aren't removing too much tongue weight by placing heavy cargo to the rear of the trailer wheels ... that tends to make the unit sway even easier. I used to carry a couple of loaded ice chests and water coolers in the shower and I was having a white knuckle event every time a semi passed. I moved the ice chests and water coolers to be over the wheels during transit and it stopped most of the sway, then I added the friction bar and it is now gone ... even in high cross winds.
Good luck on the fix ............ Swampy
Jim (Swampy), Susie, Jimmy & The Chihuahua Crew
2008 Chevy Silverado LS, 4.3L, V6, 2WD, 3.23:1
2014 287 BHBE; 1981 Jay Raven; Predator 3500i - We call Home Pearl River, Louisiana - edge of the Honey Island Swamp