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Old 07-03-2014, 08:25 AM   #1
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Pro-Pride 3P hitch 1400 lb. bars

Exec. condition Lifetime warranty only selling because I bought a new 5th wheel. I would not use any other hitch to pull a TT.

$1400.00 plus shipping.

I live in Kokomo Indiana 46901. 45 miles North of Indianapolis. If interested pm me and I will call you back. Thanks
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Old 07-10-2014, 05:04 AM   #2
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Make offer

Make me a reasonable offer. These cost 2500.00
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Old 07-10-2014, 09:05 AM   #3
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Old 07-11-2014, 08:48 AM   #4
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How much has it been used?
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Old 07-11-2014, 09:42 AM   #5
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used

Orginal owner- very little

Me 4 times at 90 mi round trip
this year 5 times at 90 mi round trip

It has a lifetime warranty on all parts anyway. No matter who owns it. or how many owners bought it. I am not sure you could hurt it anyway. Its built like a tank.
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Buy it, you wont be sorry. I purchased mine used from a guy in Florida. I pull a 37' camper with a ram 2500. Recently pulled home in a rain storm with 30 mph cross winds. Was able to maintain speed, only limiting factor for me was the rain/visibility. These hitches work wonders and are EASY to hook up to once you get the hang of it!

Feel free to pm me or ask any other questions about my experiences if you wish.
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I am considering making an offer. I need to chat with my wife this afternoon and see if she's down with spending the $. I've heard plenty of great things but she doesn't know much about them so we'll have to talk about it.

We are just down the road in Indy so shipping wouldn't be necessary.

A couple of quick questions:

1. Did you install it yourself and how difficult was it?

2. We store our trailer at our dealer and when we drop it off, they move it with a tractor that has a ball attached to the back. Is there a way to move the trailer without using a truck with a receiver? I'm sure there are plenty of guys who work there who have trucks, but I would need to know how to educate them on easily moving it to the storage lot.
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I did install the hitch my self. I have full instructions to go with hitch. The trailer can not be pulled with a ball. The hitch stays on the trailer. Who ever buys the hitch I will show and explain how to install when picked up. I wouldn,t wait to long to make up your mind. I have 4 different people deciding and at this price it wont last long. Thanks
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I am considering making an offer. I need to chat with my wife this afternoon and see if she's down with spending the $. I've heard plenty of great things but she doesn't know much about them so we'll have to talk about it.

We are just down the road in Indy so shipping wouldn't be necessary.

A couple of quick questions:

1. Did you install it yourself and how difficult was it?

2. We store our trailer at our dealer and when we drop it off, they move it with a tractor that has a ball attached to the back. Is there a way to move the trailer without using a truck with a receiver? I'm sure there are plenty of guys who work there who have trucks, but I would need to know how to educate them on easily moving it to the storage lot.
I would talk to your dealer about this. Mine was very receptive of the hitch when I mentioned I had installed it and they needed to have repairs done. They just asked for me to leave them the shank so they could move it with a pickup... so no problems there with my dealer at least...
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It is still for sale
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