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Old 11-09-2015, 12:04 PM   #31
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I'm into salvaged parts!! If they don't want it back and it can be loosned up , the rally would be OK. When I get back home and on desk top, I need to check the whole hitch deal out....pin-box and bed unit.
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Old 11-09-2015, 12:25 PM   #32
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I'm into salvaged parts!! If they don't want it back and it can be loosned up , the rally would be OK. When I get back home and on desk top, I need to check the whole hitch deal out....pin-box and bed unit.
Well let me know before Dec 1st, That's when I go in and get the hitch put in my new to me 2007 Ford truck and my new hyd. landing leg installed. Resse is shipping today to the RV Service shop. This is not a FR dealer, they build RV's from the ground up. I won't go to a dealer unless I'm traveling.....
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Old 11-09-2015, 12:31 PM   #33
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Old 11-09-2015, 12:33 PM   #34
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I'm into salvaged parts!! If they don't want it back and it can be loosned up , the rally would be OK. When I get back home and on desk top, I need to check the whole hitch deal out....pin-box and bed unit.
Bob, Glenn and I both talked to the 2 engineers that designed the Revolution pin box and they both emphatically told us to clean the pivot in the back, but DO NOT LUBE IT. They both said it should not be loose and be able to turn by hand. I'll take the word of the engineers over whomever told Glenn it should be movable.
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Old 11-09-2015, 12:40 PM   #35
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That's what I thought . I've been following this saga for awhile.
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Old 11-09-2015, 01:01 PM   #36
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Bob, Glenn and I both talked to the 2 engineers that designed the Revolution pin box and they both emphatically told us to clean the pivot in the back, but DO NOT LUBE IT. They both said it should not be loose and be able to turn by hand. I'll take the word of the engineers over whomever told Glenn it should be movable.
X's 2 what OC EAST said, I was told by the design engineers the same thing in Goshen. It's harder to hook-up when it's to loose. You do realize that this is rated for 10,000 lbs. and also has a 10" only box that it connects into? You beat OCE to it, he normally gets all my old parts. But he is not going to Mayberry NC....
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Not heavy enough.....OCE. wins!
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Load'n up, leav'n for home.
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Not heavy enough.....OCE. wins!
Okay, OCE do you want it or not? Might be parts for your collection, let me know, This time you can come to my house to pick it up. Just ASK Frankie to either cook or bring some frozen beans, you know how I love them beans and her, you I can take or give away.....
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Any of you know where there's an alum. or steel flatbed that'll fit on a '99 Ram 2500, for a reasonable price?
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