Customer Reviews For Eaz-Lift Weight Distribution Hitch 1000 lbs w/ Sway Control & Ball


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Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!] by George Bellamy

If your reading Brad B's review I urge everyone using this or any other weight distribution hitch with a sway control NOT lubricate this part. It negates the part. Adjust the bar when on the highway and loosen when you get off. I have a 33' Dutchman which I pull with my 2008 Ford Expedition short wheelbase which I . It swayed continuously on a trip to the point I almost lost it. I searched for a solution and found this hitch. It has an optional RH sway control so I ordered and purchased this hitch right away, along with the opt RH sway bar. Its the best investment I ever made. Took the sway away. The RH sway bar is the bomb. When I pull this with my 2002 F350 7.3L club cab I don't need the sway control due to the length of the wheelbase. I recommend if you have a short wheelbase vehicle get the opt RH sway control.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!] by Brian Graef

I have been looking around for the best deals and found exactly what were looking for. We were very impressed with the website. They have a lot to offer at great prices. We ordered this Distribution Hitch Monday afternoon and received it Thursday afternoon. Though the box was a little rough, the product was in perfect shape inside. I will be ordering more stuff down the road. We borrowed the same hitch last summer for our trip to Wyoming and it performed great pulling the camper. I highly recommend this hitch without breaking the bank. We have 2 camper store in town and this was less $100 less with shipping included, then buying it from the camper store. So it pays to shop around. We looked at a lot of websites and kept coming back to Adventure RV. I highly recommend them!

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!] by Brad B

I bought the EAZ-Lift 1,000 lb., WD w/Sway Hitch to pull a 24ft., 3500 lb. dry travel trailer. I had read some negative things about the Chevy Tahoe's towing capabilities so I wanted to be sure mine was fully equipped to handle our camper. I could not be happier with this purchase! Installation is very doable if you have some tools and some tool sense. You will need a large 1 1/8 wrench to torque some bolts but still a fairly simple install. Once all was complete, the Tahoe only squatted a quarter inch in the rear and the front actually squatted one whole inch. I ran down the interstate at 70 miles per hour with No Sway!!! However, I do suggest installing the sway control right before you hop on the highway due to the "Loudness" of the controller. I greased it heavily but it pops and creaks while making slow turns and other in town driving. Kind of embarrassing but that was my only complaint. I plan on running the sway control myself but like I said, I will more than likely pull off on the entry ramp to install. As far as I am concerned, this is an EXCELLENT product and an even BETTER price! My buddy has been camping for several years and when he saw the hitch, he ordered one too. Hope this helps.
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