Experiencing Sway on Built In Sway Control System

Written by Hitchweb Team
Thursday, May 21, 2015 — 1 Comment

Is it common to experience sway on a weight distrubution system with built-in sway?

It is common to experience sway on a weight distribution system with built in sway control under the following circumstances:

1) It is a windy day
2) The tire pressure on your trailer or vehicle is low

If you are still experiencing sway on days with low to no wind, and your tire pressure is at its recommended level, contact the manufacturer's tech team to see what can be done. Unfortunately, on many built-in sway control systems you are unable to adjust the sway control so you may be limited for options, although that may be different with sway control kits like the Dual Cam Sway Controls.


Comments


Callie Marie
Tuesday, July 14, 2015

Thanks for the information about heavy duty towing. My friend works for a semi towing company, and I was curious how heavy duty towing works. It's good to know that there are kits made to reduce sway, because that sounds like it will make the roads a lot safer.

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