Yes, all the same concept - stop sway and distribute weight from the rear to front axle of the tow vehicle.
Our friends have a Reese DC (Dual Cam) system that required him to drill holes into the A-frame on the trailer. The cam arm's on this unit "hang down" several inches below the A-frame. Also, he states it is only "adequate" in it's ability to control sway.
I had 2 Equalizer hitches and was very pleased with both. I used one on my first trailer, a 2005 Jayco and the second system on a 2007 Jayco. Both units were very high in quality, easy to install with basic hand tools and I was pleased with the "no hole" mount system. Also, I found it very easy to lower or raise the mount arm on the trailer A-frame depending on how I loaded the trailer.
I think either will serve you right. I prefer the Equalizer Brand and I think their customer service is fantastic. Any questions, parts, etc. and they are there to help.
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