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Old 01-29-2015, 07:51 AM   #11
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I have standard rails too and I know for a fact that I can not get very much angle out of mine without the slide. I too have been in the rain moving my slider and the worst one was pulling into a campground and I had a line of people behind me so I was rushing it a little bit. I slid a little to fast and it made a pretty loud 'bang' when it hit the back of the slide. You could see heads poke out around the RVs all the way down the road because I'm sure it sounded like a crash.
It happens.
I forgot to add that the same friend forgot to slide his hitch one day and now has a dent in the back of his cab to remind him slide it.
We were pulling into a tight site one night and he yelled at me to slide my hitch while I was backing in (it was our first trip with the new 5'er and Pullrite). I just waved at him and he said "you'll be sorry". Then he saw the hitch and flipped me the bird.
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Old 01-29-2015, 10:08 AM   #12
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You will not regret or go wrong with a Pullrite Hitch setup...period!

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Have had my 16K SuperGlide for 12 years now. 12 years of peace of mind when turning "PRICELESS"



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Old 01-29-2015, 12:32 PM   #13
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I've got the same f250 as you and the Pullrite Superglide hitch. My wife says that I am tighter than 90 degrees while putting the trailer in its place at home. Works extremely well.
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Old 01-29-2015, 01:26 PM   #14
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Love these good reviews on the Pullrite super slide. We had to change out our Reese Revolution with the new, much heavier, Wildcat. Glad we went with the Pullrite.


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Old 01-29-2015, 02:41 PM   #15
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I have used a 16k pull rite with my 2004 all American sport with no problems. Mine is installed with frame mounts and with the hitch removed the floor is flat. My only problem is the hitch is too heavy so I use an engine hoist to remove it.
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Old 01-29-2015, 04:27 PM   #16
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We have the Pull-Rite in our F250, short bed pulling a Wildcat 295RSX. Never had any difficulty with it. Got it into a very tight spot in Yellowstone at Fishing Bridge. It wasn't pretty to watch but the hitch worked as advertised.
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Old 01-29-2015, 04:31 PM   #17
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Welcome to Forest River Forums. you will like the Pullrite. I have a 2014 Ram 3500 DRW short bed my first short bed and Pullrite I have the.
Pullrite Superglide 18k Slider 5th Fifth Wheel Hitch ISR Series 2900 which I think would be more that big enough for what you have to haul. and depending on your setup what bed rails you would need. For Ram with ordered kit the rails are OE Series Ram Industry Standard Adapter 4439. Also as others have said about the trailer my Sierra it has a king pin that goes out about 2 foot in front of the camper nose. To me the only con is you must do daily lubing of the 5th wheel plate when you are pulling that is with just WD40 for that and a good grease for a bolt all in the care for instructions and a cover to help prevent rust.
Check all online and in store prices then go to this person and see what price he will give you shipping included I got a good buy from him shipping was fantastic. info@radauto.com email. His name is Tory Angiulli email him and he will also give you a ph number to call and ask any questions. Tell him tony209698 from ebay gave you his info wont get you any better price, it will tell him who referred you. And it is heavy about 225 lbs
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Old 01-29-2015, 04:49 PM   #18
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Hey Green Drake,
Sounds as if we have the same setup. How do you like the 295RSX? We just placed an order for one.
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Old 01-30-2015, 09:04 AM   #19
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Welcome to FRF. I think you've had enough positive comments to make an informed decision but I just wanted to add mine. I had a 33ft cedar creek that I pulled with my short bed F250. I had a 15K Superglide. Loved it. That is the only way to go. Good luck!
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Old 01-30-2015, 11:08 AM   #20
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I have the Pullrite Superglide on my Dodge Mega with a 2006 FR Sierra Sport at 90 degrees is no problem the only con is, if it is tight going forward you may not be able to get back into what you came out of. I know I will get the naysayers but they are wrong. These are the only way to go I love it.
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