How heavy is the camp trailer?
Unfortunately, there are a TON of voices in the RV world that spread inaccurate and dangerous information about the capability of pickup trucks in regards to pulling campers. I had a representative AT THE CAMPER DEALERSHIP where I purchased my 39' bumper pull tell me I really didn't need WDH or anti-sway with my truck because it's a heavy duty. When asking for input about WDH from friends on a social media website that I no longer frequent, I had multiple people tell me the same thing: "Your truck is beefy enough, you don't even need that stuff!"common sense says yes!!
I have the option and what my thinking was too. Didn't have the option with the dually, but man it was solid. So much different than the van.The DRW trucks are night and day difference in sway compared to the SRW. If you have the option to run anti-sway I think it's worth your time investment to do so.
That's similar to the TT I had and pulled with my 3500 SRW. I used a weight distribution hitch from Etrailer without any anti-sway mechanism and it was rock solid through two cross-country road trips. However, without the weight distribution it was definitely squirrelly. And mine was massively front-heavy (like 1700 lbs tongue load!) so that may have helped mitigate tendency to sway as well. Maybe try it with just weight distribution and see how it behaves through a range of speeds.10,000 lbs, 34 feet overall