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RV Trailer Towing Guide

 
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Equal-i-zer puts your safety concerns to rest.

Most people think towing a trailer is difficult, nerve racking, and even dangerous. What they don't realize is that the right trailer hitch can help ease these frustrations. Ordinary hitches can leave drivers feeling out of control as their trailers bounce, sway, and seem to have minds of their own. But it doesn't have to be this way.

The Original Equal-i-zer Sway Control Hitch, with 4-Point Sway Control, helps the driver be in control and the passengers be at ease. It has been specially designed to tackle the three biggest problems found with conventional trailer hitches: trailer sway, weight distribution, and complicated hook-ups.


What makes us so good?

Hitch Equal-i-zer offers a unique two-in-one design that combines weight distribution with sway control in one easy to use unit. The simple design has a built-in sway control to help minimize risk of sway problems caused by passing vehicles, cross winds, and other towing hazards. Equal-i-zer is safe, simple, and easy to use.

Towing a trailer doesn't need to be a tense and fearful experience. It doesn't have to be difficult. It doesn't have to be filled with safety concerns and woes. The right hitch makes all the difference. It can turn a good trailer into a great trailer...and a great experience. Simply put - the Equal-i-zer is the most affordable and best way to trailer.



The engineering behind the idea 
1. Sway Control Brackets:  Rigid trailer attachments work with friction sway control to combat trailer sway. Brackets are height adjustable to control the amount of weight distribution tension on the spring arms.

2. Spring Arms:  The spring arms serve two purposes. When raised onto the sway control brackets they transfer trailer tongue weight evenly to the tow vehicle. They also work with the friction sway control to reduce trailer sway.

3. Downward Pressure:  Downward pressure from trailer tongue increases friction sway control. Trailer hitch ball mounts here.

4. Upward Pressure:  Sway control brackets distribute weight by maintaining upward pressure on spring arms. The amount of pressure on the spring arms is a factor of trailer tongue weight and vehicle suspension. The friction sway control utilizes this pressure to control trailer sway.

5. Friction sway control:  Friction is enhanced by downward pressure from trailer tongue and upward pressure on spring arms. These opposing pressures come together to create an unequaled sway control system.