You'll definitely need a WDH. When I had my Jay Flight 26BH, a 29' Bunkhouse, I used the Blue Ox Sway Pro with 1,000 lbs spring bars. Great hitch system for anti-sway. I previously had a Reese Dual Cam Pro system called the Strait Line. It was nothing compared to the Blue Ox. The Blue Ox handled sway much better. However you need to get enough curve on the spring bars to get good sway control. I pulled up by only 1 link and it was night and day difference. So make sure you get the right spring bars even if you have to load your trailer up, then weigh the tongue with a sherline scale or similar to get the right spring bars.Thanks I think it’s a nice couples coach perfect for me and DW . I plan on pulling it with my 2006 suburban mostly. I do want to get a weight distribution hitch For it as it does squat slightly, any suggestions?
You can't go by those weights. They are guesses and actually no way close to the factory "optioned" weight. Then you will add additional significant weight to that factory "optioned weight", by 1000 to 2000 lbs lbs in water, food, clothes, camping accessories, and camper setup accessories and the such.The camper weighs roughly 4770 dry. With7000 total gwr With 470 tounge weight according to factory I found a good price on a fastway E2. 800/8000 round bar for decent price in my opinion Just wondering if I should but it or spring for a 1000 ib bars. Maybe overkill though?