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Sway Control Devices

Reese Friction Sway Bar

Best for small light tongue weight travel trailers. Increases stability and confidence when towing. 

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Blue Ox Weight Distribution and Sway Control

This system is best for a travel trailer around 26FT and shorter, with a 650LB tongue weight or less. Lightweight, and very easy to connect and disconnect.

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Reese Weight Distribtion and Dual Cam Sway 

Have been using these for the last 40 years being in business. The best weight distribution system on the market within this price range. It's an active sway control, that actively prevents sway before it even happens. 

Lifetime warranty.


Pro-Pride Weight Distribution and Sway Control 

The holy grail of sway control devices on the market. The safest sway control device in the world. Completely eliminates sway when towing.  


Brake Controller

Reese Brakeman Compact Brake Controller

Designed for one to two axle trailers. Economical Option. It applies braking power at a fixed rate that is not proportional to the pressure applied to the brake pedal.   

Tekonsha Prodigy P2 Brake Controller

Designed for one to four axle trailers. Proportional controller, which means your trailer brakes at the same time, with the same strength, as your towing vehicle. Smoother, more efficient braking power.  

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Tekonsha Prodigy RF Brake Controller.

Designed for one to three axle trailers. Radio frequency proportional controller. No under dash wiring necessary. Plugs into 12V power outlet. Can be used across multiple vehicles to tow the same trailer with brakes. Most popular for modern day SUV's where a normal brake controller is difficult to install.  


Curt Echo Wireless Brake Controller

Syncs with your Apple or Android phone via bluetooth, turning it into a wireless brake controller interface. If bluetooth connection is lost it will continue to function safely. Inserts to your 7 Way Plug with no wiring necessary. Portable.

*Requires a Charge Line*

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4 Way Flat Trailer Plug

Many standard light-duty trailers, such as boats, and utility trailers, use a 4-way wiring harness to connect to the tow vehicle. This connection provides the required running lights, turn signals, and brake lights for the trailer. There is also an additional pin provided for a ground wire.

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7-Way Trailer Plug

Most common wiring harness found on trailers. Use a 7-way wiring harness to connect to the tow vehicle. This connection provides the required running lights, turn signals, brake lights and ground for the trailer. In addition, they provide three additional pins for a 12V hot lead (meaning as you are going down the road your vehicle will charge the battery on your trailer), electric brakes (still requires a brake controller in order to activate the trailer brakes,) and reverse lights.

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Reciever (Hitch)

Trailer Hitch/ Reciever

Primary connector between a tow vehicle and trailer. It is the structural component that bolts on the the vehicle and provides a coupling point to hook up a trailer

Available in different weight ratings and sizes referred to as "classes."

Class 3, 4 and 5 are the most common amongst the RV industry.


Ball Mount

Shank and trailer ball that insert into the hitch receiver. Used to connect to the trailer.

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