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Old 10-22-2019, 09:06 AM   #41
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The OP joined the forum August 20, started this thread, responded 8 times and was last seen on the forum 08-25-2019 at 07:15 PM. While it's only "my impression," he's found that he knows much more than any of us and has moved on to "more intelligent forums" where his vast understanding of RV's can be better shared.

I'd suspect he won't return... So........


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Old 10-22-2019, 04:35 PM   #42
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Somewhere in here I once ported about just running my TT around the block to park in front of the house. I was lazy and didn't connect the WDH bars on my Husky Centerline TS.
Pretty much the same truck and a slightly lighter TT.
No wind to speak of and no big trucks passing.
I didn't NEED a WDH but what a difference in ride. With just the ball hitch the trailer bounced around which made the truck bounce around.
It's not just an issue of needing a WDH it also smooths the ride and I think, puts way less stress on the frame and axles of the TT.
It's WD and sway but also comfort.

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