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Old 07-09-2016, 11:47 AM   #51
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ETI went from the round bars to this for Pro Series:

https://www.etrailer.com/Weight-Dist...ies/49585.html
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Old 07-09-2016, 01:57 PM   #52
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Which model Pro Series is being discussed and used here?
Go to the Escape web site and click Equalizer in the options. There's a picture of the one being discussed. It's the same one that gets discussed and referred to every time there's a comparison to the Anderson hitch.
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Go to the Escape web site and click Equalizer in the options. There's a picture of the one being discussed. It's the same one that gets discussed and referred to every time there's a comparison to the Anderson hitch.
This one?
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If it hasn't changed since 2008, this is Pro Series.
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This one?
Does it have a pro series sticker on it Donna? If so then yes, that one.
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Does it have a pro series sticker on it Donna? If so then yes, that one.
Its a picture I took off the ETI website under the 21' options.
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Its a picture I took off the ETI website under the 21' options.
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Seems like all this should be in a new thread somewhere, instead of under the OP's Andersen hitch topic.....but now that the thread is thoroughly hijacked, do you find it necessary to use a sway control bar with the Pro Series hitch? I really like not having to mess with one of those on the Andersen.
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The Andersen does not use a sway control bar, that is the purpose of the brake material around the hitch ball.
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I don't use sway control. Haven't needed it with my 17B and proper loading. The WDH is sufficient.
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