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Old 04-25-2014, 09:21 AM   #1
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SOLD - Propride 3P Trailer Hitch

Selling Propride 3P Trailer Hitch with 1400lb bars. Used 1 camping season. Very happy with it, removed sway I was exeperiencing with an Equal-i-zer 4pt hitch. Converting to seasonal camping.

Located in the Dayton, OH Metro area. Also frequently travel to Toledo, OH Metro area.

Local pick-up/delivery arragements can be made. Will consider shipping if buyer pays shipping/insurance. $1,800.
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Old 04-25-2014, 09:39 AM   #2
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Just wondering what trailer and vehicle you used it with? I have 2011 dodge ram 1500 crew with 2014 288BHS apex. Would it be compatible?
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Old 04-25-2014, 09:47 AM   #3
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We were using a 2013 Ford F150 super crew with a Wildwood Herritage Glen 312QBUD. The hitch head is adjustable and following the instructions you should be able to get the truck/trailer connection level. As for the Trailer, on the 312QBUD for proper placement of one of the brackets I had to raise the gas tank holder using washers. I do not recall the distance from the ball coupler back on the A frame for where the Weight Distribution jacks are located, but I can look it up in the instructions and let you know, this would probably be the only potential compatibility issue you would have, potentially requiring the movement of the LP tanks or other equipment that may be located at that part of the A frame.
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Old 04-25-2014, 03:42 PM   #4
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You wouldn't happen to have pics of your mod of the propane tanks, would you? I just ordered a Hemisphere 312QBUD (same as yours) and have a propride to put on when it comes. I wish I would have known about your hitch sooner!
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Sorry vettman... No photos. It was pretty simple accommodation. A bar that runs horizontally below the a frame is held on the frame by two u-bolts that hang where the metal plate sits for the lp tanks. That was the only conflict. To solve remove tanks and back out screws holding plate on. Then remove plate and install the 3p. When re installing the plate, the self tapping screws on mine were still long enough to use, but had to put 5 washers on each screw between a frame and plate to account for the 3p u-bolt height.

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Thank you for your reply. Good luck selling the PP! Someone should pick it up for that price!
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Old 04-25-2014, 10:29 PM   #7
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Burch.... According to the instruction manual, The weight distribution jacks are placed 26 inches back along the frame from the center of the coupler. There is a 1.5 inch buffer on either side of 26 to avoid lp tanks etc.

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I was just wondering how often do u get to the Toledo area? I live north of detroit. And I think I'm gettn close to making a decision. How old is the hitch? Do you know if the warranty is transferable? Do u still have install instructions? I have a 2013 z71 1/2 ton, and pull a 37 ft coachmen 320 bhds. I'm hoping this was solve my obvious problem with the sway, and white nuckle driving until I can upgrade the tv. Thanks
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Old 04-29-2014, 07:27 PM   #10
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Scooby, I have family near Toledo so I am able make it up there most weekends. This Sunday would be the next time. We have both a pdf of the instructions and the printed ones that came with it. I am not sure about the warranty transfer but can look into it. We had an equalizer and this hitch made a big difference.

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