SwayPro Frequently Asked Questions
Do I have to keep extra pins or clips like I did for my old hitch?
No. SwayPro has self-locking snap up brackets. There are no loose parts to track. There are no pins or clips on the entire weight distribution hitch.
How much maintenance is there?
Do I need to grease the spring bars?
Should I keep some plastic bags to put over the ends of the spring bars when I take them out to keep the grease off my vehicle when I store them?
Do I have to add an after-market sway control to the SwayPro?
Do I have to disable the sway control to back up?
Do I have to buy a complete new system when I trade up to a heaver trailer?
What size do I need?
If I have a tongue weight of 500lbs can I use the BXW1000 spring bars?
How long will a SwayPro last?
How are the tongue brackets attached?
The SwayPro has 4 points of control?
What controls the sway?
How do I know if I'm using the correct chain link when tensioning spring bars?
Is there something I could do if I have to turn extremely short turning situation?
Can I use SwayPro if I have surge brakes installed on my towed vehicle?
Whatever the limitations placed on other hitch products, SwayPro’s functioning is unchanged when towing with surge brakes. Blue Ox recommends that you check with the manufacturer of your particular surge brake actuator before using their product with any weight distributing hitch.
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