How to Properly Adjust Travel Trailer Sway Bars?

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Trailer sway bars are installed to keep a trailer from moving back and forth across the road when driving. Sometimes a trailer can sway in wind or on wet roads and these bars keep them from doing so. These prevent a number of accidents.
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Trailer Sway Bar Installation
A sway bar, or sway control, is required for heavy or long trailers. It is used to prevent oscillation, or sway, when towing. Sway control must be used in any trailer of over 5000 pounds total weight. It can be used in lighter trailers for extra safety.... More »
Difficulty: Easy
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