How do you put an anti sway bar on a travel trailer?
Weight Distribution Trailer Hitch Install: CURT 17200 Sway Control Kit
Do I need a sway bar for my trailer?
Sway control is not absolutely necessary for towing but is a factor that needs to be addressed if the trailer is unstable behind the vehicle. Active sway control is more consistent than the friction type and is built into a weight distribution system for the best towing performance and safety.
Can you turn with a sway bar?
Friction sway control bars are designed to work fine going forward when turning or not but not designed to turn when backing up (backing up straight is fine).
How do you install a sway bar?
How to Install an Upgraded Front Sway Bar –
How does a sway bar work on a travel trailer?
A dual-cam sway control system works on large, long pull trailers. The bars attach to your trailer’s swing bars and A-frame, right beside the hitch. The cams unlock when the trailer turns to allow it to move but still prevent intense swaying. Hitches with attached anti-sway bars work on small tongue trailers.
How tight should a sway bar be?
You would make it about as tight as you think it needs to be and then tow the trailer to see if it needs to be tighter or looser. If you made it as tight as you can then you would not be able to move the bar by hand but the force of the trailer pushing it around can move it.