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Old 06-26-2016, 11:40 PM   #1
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I bought a center line WDH when I bought my TT. I am not sure if it Is the hitch or the install but, the firest one the dealer installed the one bar popped out of the holding bracket. The replaced it saying it was defective. The second one has almost popped out as well. Not to mention the noise this things makes. I know it has a lot of tension on the the bars. But the noise is a bit concerning. Does anyone else run the centerline WDH? If so do you have problems? If not what is a good WDH to have? And do they all make a lot of noise?
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Old 06-27-2016, 03:22 AM   #2
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whats your tv and tv . if sized properly the andersen works wonders
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Old 06-27-2016, 06:40 AM   #3
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We use the Centerline and are satisfied with it. It has never popped of the bracket and yes it is noisy.
Ours has a type of bracket that holds the bars in place just in case it would pop off.
I would call Centerline directly and speak with Lisa. You can Google them and they come up.
She has helped me with a few concerns, it may also need adjusted.
I hope this helps.
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Old 06-27-2016, 12:23 PM   #4
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Moved up to the Husky Centerline TS hitch a few months ago and have about 2500 miles behind us on it. Absolutely love the hitch and knock on would have had no issues so far. Longest pull has been 700 miles from NC to FL. We are towing a 32' (28' box/ 7500#) TT with a 2014 F-150 supercrew.
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I bought a center line WDH when I bought my TT. I am not sure if it Is the hitch or the install but, the firest one the dealer installed the one bar popped out of the holding bracket.
Most likely the install. Pull out the instructions and check it out yourself. Chances are the brackets are mounted too far back.
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Sorry, the TV us a 2014 ram 1500. The TT is a 36' Hemisphere. Thanks for all of the suggestions I will check the install myself.
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Sorry, the TV us a 2014 ram 1500. The TT is a 36' Hemisphere. Thanks for all of the suggestions I will check the install myself.
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with that tv and tt you better stick with the old fashioned WDH . maybe a propride or hensley is in order for your set up
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