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Old 05-09-2012, 04:51 AM   #21
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Originally Posted by greg 60
I purchased my XT-276 in Oct. 2010. My tow vehicle is a 2008 Toyota Tundra crew max. I was using a weight distribution hitch, which I kept after trading in my old trailer. I never liked the way that hitch towed this trailer, so after researching weight distribution hitch's and reading post's on this forum, today I installed an equal-i-zer hitch. I wish I had done this earlier because the difference in the ride is remarkable. You made the wright choice in getting the equal-i-zer, you will not regret it. Enjoy your new trailer.
I did the same thing with an old hitch to get my 276 home from the dealer. I promptly ordered a new Equilizer with sway. Night and day difference. I am also using a Tundra, '10 Double Cab with the tow package and 5.7L engine. Amazing 1/2 ton pickup tow vehicle .

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