Originally Posted by TADinVanUSA
Merry Christmas, Happy New Year and Thank You everyone for all the information and advice. Currently our Scamp
is all buttoned up for winter but when spring arrives we will verify the weights and everything else that is needed. The '04 Grand Cherokee has a great deal of sway due to a small diameter rear anti sway bar which we replaced with a 1" Addco swaybar and it has helped with that problem in both driveability and towing. This is our first with a TT and we are looking forward to next summer.
Merry Christmas to you. The Jeep really shouldn't be introducing very much sway. The stiffer sway bar you added should keep the Jeeps body roll down. (leaning in corners). Jeeps use panhard bars to control the wag or lateral movement between axle
and chassis. Most lateral movement you feel is likely coming from the tires
. My tow vehicle is a Wrangler. It has similar rear suspension to yours, but mine has shorter rear overhang which lessens the tendency to wag. Yours has longer wheelbase which is a benefit, and should make it a better TV than the Wrangler, even with a longer overhang. With a balanced trailer and proper tire inflation you should have a desirable and safe safe rig.