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Old 07-13-2013, 10:57 PM   #21
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When and if you deside to make the switch to a 5th wheel someday, trade your Hensley's in for the BD3 trailer saver. We also pulled our TT with the Hensley hitch to AZ from Mi two years in a row.. Loved the thing, nothing like it for pulling a TT. Then we desided to go big 42 foot Cedar Creek and traded the hensley for the BD3. Now there's a 5th wheel hitch. We get no bang bang or shuck-en or beat up feeling, the ride is smooth no matter what the road conditions are. Nothing comes apart inside and pictures stay on the walls, It's as smooth as a person could want. Well worth the money and the words "Trailer Saver" is just what it means. It's a great 5th wheel hitch.
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Pulled with a 2011 F-250 Super Duty 6.7 Diesel Crew Cab and 8' box with a Hensley BD-3 Trailer Saver. F R O G members.

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