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Old 06-02-2011, 12:02 AM   #1
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Location: Central Florida
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Pullrite hitch (not fifth wheel)

I am considering upgrading my hitch to get a larger trailer. I currently have the 1,000/10,000 Equal-i-zer hitch setup, but am looking at a 34 - 36' trailer that will exceed the ratings for the current hitch. My question here is if anyone actually now has, or has used the Pullrite hitch in the past. I have seen thousands of posts on what each person likes (propride, hensley,equalizer, etc.)

I tried to do a search on the Pullrite specifically. I got "tons" of fifth wheel information, and the usual opinions on other W/D systems, but nothing with any "meat" about the Pullrite trailer hitch.

Who has actually used it? How well does it work? How does it do the weight distribution?

Please, no answers on any other system. I just would like to know "real world" info on the Pullrite specifically. I am considering the 90 degree 2,000 / 20,000 model.

Thanks !!!
2008 Salem LE 27RB -- 2010 Ram 2500 crew cab 6.7L Hummin Cummins
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