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    Posted: 05 Nov 2017 at 2:54pm
just looking for suggestions for sway bars for my 172 pod. I am pulling it with a half ton pick up and haven't had any troubles yet. What suggestions ideas or thoughts? thank you
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Hi--Bruce here.  I'm a rookie to this world, but I was sold an EAZ lift sway control by CAMCO.  It's a very simple friction plate with a crank-down plate.   I have had no problems with this.   The R-pod tracks great.  I'm pulling with an elderly tundra 1/2 ton--no sway at all.  my R-pod is 3100 lbs empty.  the sway bar adjusts by feel--don't have to really crank down on it.   All the best, and have fun out there, Bruce
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Oh, it's a 179--great galley and outdoor shower---excellent!

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