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Old 02-01-2015, 10:20 AM   #31
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Thanks Shiney. I pulled the TV mounts out of my old 5er and my first task will be getting the TV in the bunk room. I love my kids, but sometimes they need to get away from me... Does your 32QBBS have a sticker telling you where the stud is? I have a stud finder and I'm sure I can find one but I didn't know if they marked a spot to mount the TV.
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Old 02-01-2015, 10:37 AM   #32
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Thanks Shiney. I pulled the TV mounts out of my old 5er and my first task will be getting the TV in the bunk room. I love my kids, but sometimes they need to get away from me... Does your 32QBBS have a sticker telling you where the stud is? I have a stud finder and I'm sure I can find one but I didn't know if they marked a spot to mount the TV.
There wasn't a sticker, but people from the forum told me to pull the cable plate and look for the brace. I haven't looked yet because mine is in storage and I haven't had a chance to get there. I will use a dentist's mirror inside the wall to look for it. I'll use a stud finder too, just to double check what I see in the mirror, to set my mind at ease when I try to mount the TP roll and towel rod in the bathroom.
Does yours have a cable and outlet in the basement? Mine doesn't and I want to add an outlet for a central vacuum power lead. I thought it was odd not having them in the basement.
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Old 02-01-2015, 09:20 PM   #33
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I have a cable outlet in the outdoor kitchen. Can you look up the model of your adapter plate for the pullrite? I sold my manual with my 5er and I have ordered the pullrite but I need to get the adaptor plate before I go pick up my 32 QBBS. I guess I can get it home without the plate, I just can't get it in my driveway. I have tried to find the pin box model number and deminsions but no luck and the universal requires you to drill about 16 holes. I can see me doing that in the dealer lot.
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I have a cable outlet in the outdoor kitchen. Can you look up the model of your adapter plate for the pullrite? I sold my manual with my 5er and I have ordered the pullrite but I need to get the adaptor plate before I go pick up my 32 QBBS. I guess I can get it home without the plate, I just can't get it in my driveway. I have tried to find the pin box model number and deminsions but no luck and the universal requires you to drill about 16 holes. I can see me doing that in the dealer lot.
I have the kitchen hook up too. I thought there would be an outlet in the basement that I could use to power the central vac. I thought that was one of the options on the 2014's and they discontinued it apparently.
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Old 02-05-2015, 04:19 PM   #36
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go with pullrite, ilike mine, i set it 4'' forward of ctr of rear axle, it elimated the shock of t ar strips and bridge expansion joints and still have cab clearnace tho contary to popular opinion it worked for me enjoy the new rig
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Old 02-05-2015, 04:51 PM   #37
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Welcome to the forum. I have a pullrite and can't think of one con. I hook up and forget it's there. I have maneuvered in some very tight campsites and it has worked flawlessly on my 2011 Ram 2500 short bed.
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There is another auto slider called the Hijacker. Mine is going on five years old. To date no problems, about 30,000 miles on the hitch. I used it on a F-250, F-350 now on the 3500, just chang the mounting brackets. No rails in the truck bed, rails are under the bed so when you take the hitch out, you have a clean bed. Demco now markets the hitch, originally it was a British Columbia company that made it.
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I was looking at the pullrite and the hijacker. Reviews were about the same but the pullrite was less expensive. I got an email today that it will be delivered tomorrow. I hope I ordered the right adaptor plate. I know it's a lippert 1621 but there are 3 different measurements on the 1621. I'm assuming it's the HD model with the weight of the camper.
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I was looking at the pullrite and the hijacker. Reviews were about the same but the pullrite was less expensive. I got an email today that it will be delivered tomorrow. I hope I ordered the right adaptor plate. I know it's a lippert 1621 but there are 3 different measurements on the 1621. I'm assuming it's the HD model with the weight of the camper.
Congrats. I can send you the pin box paperwork if you want to check the dimensions.
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