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Old 10-10-2019, 08:46 AM   #21
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I use the eaz lift and it is perfectly fine, after I re-set it up after the dealer did it wrong. I also added 2 friction sway bars, probably only needed one and probably don't need the sway bars with my new truck with its longer wheel base. It was simple to move from one truck to another.
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Old 10-10-2019, 08:49 AM   #22
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I have the Equalizer 4-point and love it. The semis on the interstate used to be almost white knuckle for me when they blow by, but not anymore.
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Old 10-10-2019, 10:02 AM   #23
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Eaz Lift Trekker

Eaz Lift Trekker for me. As a professional engineer, I do a lot of research before buying things. The Trekker has tapered trunnion bars for WD and internal cammed compression 'pucks' for progressively more anti-sway as the angle increases. When encountering very heavy rains or icy roads, you can simply manually disengage the anti-sway system with the turn of 2 nuts if that is your habit. And, when you want to manoeuver at the campsite, these same internal anti-sway systems automatically disengage for you during sharp turns.

When you're ready to hook up again, that too is easy. Just lower the hitch to lock onto the towing ball, then raise the hitch/TV with your tongue jack, slip in and clip the Trekker trunnion bars, then lower the hitch again & of course fully retract the tongue jack and go. Quiet, effective, and works very well for us after 25K miles of winding (i.e. treacherous) eastern Blue Ridge Parkway, and then through the west coast mountain passes and the winding US Route 101, from California to Washington.

Customer service through Rick Godsey at Camco <[email protected]> has been simply superb. In an industry not known for support, Camco definitely stands behind these Eaz Lift Trekker WDH/AntiSway products.
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Old 10-10-2019, 10:22 AM   #24
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Might want to look at my thread about the CAMCO R3 Recurve. At the conclusion of our second trip it failed. That thread has all the details.

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Old 10-10-2019, 06:48 PM   #25
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Eaz Lift Trekker for me. As a professional engineer, I do a lot of research before buying things. The Trekker has tapered trunnion bars for WD and internal cammed compression 'pucks' for progressively more anti-sway as the angle increases. When encountering very heavy rains or icy roads, you can simply manually disengage the anti-sway system with the turn of 2 nuts if that is your habit. And, when you want to manoeuver at the campsite, these same internal anti-sway systems automatically disengage for you during sharp turns.

When you're ready to hook up again, that too is easy. Just lower the hitch to lock onto the towing ball, then raise the hitch/TV with your tongue jack, slip in and clip the Trekker trunnion bars, then lower the hitch again & of course fully retract the tongue jack and go. Quiet, effective, and works very well for us after 25K miles of winding (i.e. treacherous) eastern Blue Ridge Parkway, and then through the west coast mountain passes and the winding US Route 101, from California to Washington.

Customer service through Rick Godsey at Camco <[email protected]> has been simply superb. In an industry not known for support, Camco definitely stands behind these Eaz Lift Trekker WDH/AntiSway products.
I totally agree! Love our Eaz Lift Trekker and Camco is great with customer service. I emailed them asking where I could buy replacement wear pads and they sent me a set free the same day.
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Old 10-11-2019, 04:37 AM   #26
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I love the drawtight hitch with extra friction bar. Once I moved up to a bigger heavier 2500 diesel it towed way better. (2910bh).
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Old 10-11-2019, 05:13 AM   #27
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Chose Blue OX Sway Pro

Thanks to everyone who responded. The response were very detailed. I ended up going with the Blue OX Sway Pro. I towed 100 miles home from dealer on Wednesday on interstate and I was please with the results. It was empty. Going on a short 30 mile trip this weekend to check the camper out. Will be country two lane roads.

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