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Old 05-11-2013, 06:14 PM
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A TT towing question.

Recently upgraded to a 2012 250 cc4x4 diesel. Currently tow a 34ft TT with a #7000 wgt. My 1/2 ton GMC would tow it but man did it sway... I bought the Hensley Arrow Hitch and noticed a significant difference. My question is will having a heavier truck eliminate the need for the expensive hitch? or should I just use it.
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Might as well just use it....it's arguably the best system out there.
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Sounds like your Hensley Arrow Hitch has some type of sway control built in. That being said I doubt you will need to worry about the tt swaying when towing. I use a Equalizer hitch, we left out a couple weeks ago in some serious wind and we had no problems what so ever with sway. You will see a world of difference pulling with your new 6.7 vs the gmc.
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