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Old 06-21-2019, 05:42 AM   #21
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The issue with the Anderson, and most units like it. Is that they only act to dampen sway after the fact. The Reese "Straight-Line" Dual Cam system actually acts real time to counteract sway as it is happening. Rather then trying to dampen it once it has happened.

All I can tell you after towing for 20 years with traditional weight distribution hitches is the Anderson has out preformed the others. I haven't tried a Hensley but at this point there's no need to.
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