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I doubt if a sway bar alone can account for the difference you're seeing. Does the new truck have a different brand of tire? Did the old truck have heavier ply tires? What about air pressure differences? Other than a sway bar, does one rig have a heavier rated suspension than the other one? You may also want to check toe-in on the front end, that can make the rig "hunt" in the ruts on the road and give it that sway feeling.
Is the wheel base of both rigs the same and are the hitches mounted in the same exact places? Just wondering if the trailer is swaying more with one setup versus the other?
2011 F350 CC SWB 4x4 King Ranch, Green/Gold, 6.7 auto, Factory 5th wheel hitch, Camper Package, 2" lift, Firestone air suspension