Originally Posted by TheSasks
WHy the change to the ProPride then?
Long Story Short,
My wife will not drive while towing. With every hitch I have ever used there would be some movement of the trailer. The Andersen pulled better than any other hitch I have ever used, but there would still be the occasional movement back there. After researching the ProPride it claimed to completely eliminate the movement back there and the reviews backed it up. The thought of my wife sharing the driving was worth the price to me. After using the ProPride it lives up to its reputation. When we drive 1200 miles to a vacation spot it will not take me the first 2 days to recover from the drive now that my wife and I share the driving.
The Andersen is absolutely top notch. I would recommend it to others. If we were still the short trip and seasonal campers we used to be I would never have considered a different hitch. We changed our campinh style and having the abilty to share the driving has made camping much more enjoyable for me.