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The Equal-i-zer® hitch's superior design makes it the best performing sway control hitch on the market. Four steel on steel friction points - known as Integrated 4-Point Sway Control™ - provide unmatched resistance to your trail's attempts to sway. Equal-i-zer's Integrated 4-Point Sway Control is a combination of 4 positive friction areas that work together to combat trailer sway. Integrated 4-Point Sway Control is superior to "add-on" friction bars or cam-type systems that are used with conventional or chain-style weight distribution hitches.

Rotational Friction Sway Controls

The patented Equal-i-zer head adds two powerful points of rotational friction to resist trailer sway. Rotational friction works to stop side-to-side sway before it starts. The rotational friction sway control is activated by downward pressure from the trailer tongue and upward pressure on the spring arms. The spring arms link the rotational sway control to the sway control brackets and distribute trailer tongue weight. The rigidity of the sway control brackets allow the rotational friction sway control to safely and effectively hold the trailer in line behind the tow vehicle and combat sway before it starts.


Weight Distribution

When you couple your trailer to your tow vehicle, the added weight causes your tow vehicle to "teeter-totter" over the rear axle. The front of the tow vehicle raises, and the rear sinks. Hazards associated with driving a trailer without weight distribution include loss of steering control, braking difficulties, and hitch dragging.

The Equal-i-zer® hitch combats such hazards by providing proper weight distribution. It creates something like a bridge between the tow vehicle and trailer, helping them work together like one unit instead of two. With the Equal-i-zer hitch the trailers' weight can be safely and easily distributed to all axles of the vehicle.