Had reese on my wifes stock / horse trailer and the horse was loaded ahead of the axle
and tended to wander side to side in the trailer and it was a hazard with out the bars BUT
i often stopped on road to hook or unhook them as most horse shows involved entering
a field though a ditch or swail and the noise was awful plus it could hang up the rear drive axle
and spin out...
Horses gone !!
I like the steer design on this chain hitch for weight distribution theory BUT it wont be as effective
as the nasty reese bar to stop sway,, My 7x18 V sled trailer can have the odd nasty dip or dive
BUT that V pushes the pickup sideways in a gust or meeting a highway trailer ..I have a little
wedge device on the ball platform to keep it tight in the truck hitch as the top of the ball
wiggling side to side will steer the trailer as well... I installed a friction sway bar to stop the
wind moving me around ...drives straight but one noisey device when you turn
Recall taking the Fat quadtrac to a show in a flat wind swept area ... winter . pack ice and you get
the strange felling something is wrong and then i could see the entire side of my trailer and
read the writing on the decals at 40 mph ... Adjusted the steering and headed for the shoulder
which had a nice crusty coating of ice and straightened me out... Load was good for tougue weight
and just a 40 mph side wind on the trailer and glare ice..
I like the design but think you might like a sway brake as well ,, curious to see how it feels
with heavy side winds on trailer ..