Originally Posted by BBQ
This might help you make up your mind about towing
This was indeed an interesting video.
When we bought our Casita - we had a Curt 17200 anti-sway bar installed from the factory.
We brought in the hitch ball, and they welded a piece to it (for the chrome end), and another part on the frame (the black end).
I must say, that the Curt anti-sway worked great, even in the snow.
This is what it looked like -
The only problem is that you cannot back with the anti-sway engaged.
You *must* loosen the chrome bar all the way - otherwise you will bend it for sure... and that is a bit of an inconvenience.
Some folks I met at the Casita factory preferred using the Reese anti-sway brand as shown here
I can just speak for myself, and I would _never_ tow without anti-sway... Experienced tower or not.
This even applies to whatever you tow behind the class B van (which would be in the range of 2000 or less, I guess)