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Trailer Sway Control

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Description


CEQUENT PERFORMANCE PRODUCTS 1
Trailer Sway Control fits any size trailer.
  • Adjustable friction pads for all types of road conditions.
  • Easy to hook up. Sway ball plate (sold separately) requires welding to ball mount.
  • Use with plain frame hitch and most brands of frame or axle bar type weight-distributing hitches.
  • One size fits all trailers.
  • USA.



  • Technical Specs


    Tech Specs

    Weight: 12.9 lbs.

    Manufacturer: Cequent Performance Products

    Mfg Part #: 26660

    Tech Notes: Shipping Weight: 13 lbs.



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    Trailer Sway Control: Customer Reviews

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    Reviewed by 4 customers

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    Peace of mind


    0 out of 0 people found this review helpful.
    April 30, 2009
    Peace of mind is what you'll get with this product. I'm new to the RV world and I probably should have done more research before I purchased by weight distribution hitch because I could have gotten one with anti-sway. But I didn't think my 27' TT would have much sway. I was wrong. Wind and Semi trucks would push my trailer all over the place. After adding the sway "control" (emphasis on control) I still get pushed by the wind and passing trucks, but the difference is the my truck and trailer behave like one. So, instead of making several corrections of the steering wheel, I make just one. The only way I would travel without it now is if I were the only one on the road traveling with no wind. Like that's going to happen!
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    No Sway!!


    125 out of 209 people found this review helpful.
    November 25, 2007
    I recently bought a travel trailer and made my first trip to the ocean. I thought I had better get some kind of sway control for the Weight Distributing hitch. Of all the weekends for our first trip, we had a storm with rain and wind with gusts from 30-70 miles per hour. When returning home, as we got further from the coast, the winds subsided some, but during the whole time, there was no sway at freeway speeds. Great product, easy to install (about one hour). It could have been faster to install, but I go by the measure twice and drill once rule. The other thing I learned was you need a vent cover (like MaxxAir) to keep the rain out. My next purchase.
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    Trailer sway control


    78 out of 82 people found this review helpful.
    July 24, 2004
    Received my order in 3 days. The control was easy to install (about 10 minutes). Works great on my 25 ft trailer. No more swaying with wind gusts and passing semitrucks.
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    can`t be without this people


    147 out of 185 people found this review helpful.
    September 08, 2003
    I am a first time camper.Have a 26 foot prowler trailer.With the hitch set up it came with this trailer sway control.I have absolutely no sway what so ever.This baby stays straight and true going 70 miles an hour.I honestly don`t know what it feels like to have a swaying trailer and with this sway control I guess I never will!!!
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    Will I need 2 of these for my 27 ft. travel trailor?
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    Can you buy the ball mount for the trailer side?
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    Can this sway control bar mount on the trailer left hand (drivers) side?
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