**Stabilizer Bar Kits now come with every new Trailer Toad 3500SD
the "slop" between the draw bar and the receiver tube.
2. Takes the stress off receiver tube opening when backing up, this prevents "stretching out the receiver tube
These are common problems and we have a great way to fix it.
The reason we have decided to include front Stabilizer
Bars is because there is a tremendous side load on the drawbar and receiver tube when backing up and turning tight
corners. The Stabilizer Bars help spread that load out and can prevent bending or breaking the draw bar or splitting the receiver
We are offering a "Stabilizer Bar" kit to help reduce the "looseness"
and "wandering" of the front of the trailer when the draw bar is loose in the receiver hitch tube.
"Do you have this problem?
Here is a quick way to find out:
Unhook the trailer and
pull ahead a foot or so. Grab the back of the Trailer Toad (it took me and my son) and see if you can slide it sideways. If
it moves more than an inch, it means your draw bar is not a tight fit in the hitch receiver tube. I would consider
the "stabilizer bar kit" if you have an older Toad.
If you want some help deciding on how
to get your Trailer Toad equipped with Stabilizer Bars just call or email me and we can work it out.
We have Stabilizer Bar kits available right now. All we need is a measurement from the mounting hole on your
Trailer Toad 3500HD to the main tube on your tow vehicle hitch.
It seems that every coach or hitch is a bit different and mounting
the Stabilizer Bar brackets can be a challenge. I just installed a new set on my motor home.
The pictures below show that we had to do a little "backyard fabrication" and I wanted
to keep the "Ultra-Guard" rock deflector so we drilled a 3" hole in it for the stabilizer bars to