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  • TallCamper
    I was reading thru some of the posts on WDH’s, and thought I’d pass along some info a little contrary to what others were saying to you.  I am buying a 2020 400 Boondock Lite and the dealer (Haydocy in Columbus, OH) will be outfitting it with the Anderson no-sway wdh (they have to remove a link from the chain to mount it because of the platform - they sell ALOT of Tab trailers).  Toyota recommends no-sway for my Highlander that has 6000lb tow capacity, and the general. Rule of thumb is to go with WD if the trailer is 50% or higher in weight of the tow vehicle capacity.  All that said, someone suggested you didn’t need a WDH, but for peace of mind and overall safety, the numbers say you would be better off to go with one and the Anderson is highly rated by the marketplace and review sources.  Best of luck!  
    August 17