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Old 09-04-2012, 07:02 PM
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Equal-I-zer brand wd

I have a Drawtight brand WD hitch setup right now it doesn't seem to be getting the job done as much as I would hope it would. So with that said what are your thoughts and opinions on the Equal-i-zer brand of WD hitches ?
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Old 09-06-2012, 03:33 PM
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I ran the Equalizer WD bars when i towed bumper. The ones with solid connecting bars. The setup worked amazing and cured sway. I remember it could get a bit noisy if backing up into the campsite and turning hard, probably should lube them once in awhile and I did not. its just metal on metal under force, so the noise is to be expected. The setup worked great, I have recommended it my best friends with bumper pulls and would buy again in a heartbeat if I had a bumper pull sway problem.
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IMO, it is the best hitch for the price. I have had mine for years. I tow a 30 travel trailer behind my ex. the sway control can not be beaten with this setup. Although it is a bit noisy, just spray WD40 on where the bar sits and on the bar. You need to make sure you set the bars up correctly.

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