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Old 11-10-2015, 08:11 PM   #71
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Across the top of bed rails, from cab back about 43" is a platform to haul trike.
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Old 11-10-2015, 08:13 PM   #72
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It wont fit OCW it is too narrow, will need a spacer fabbed at OCE shop maybe..
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Old 11-10-2015, 08:13 PM   #73
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It's all about the 'trike'.....went with slider, which helped turns, but because this truck has an 8' box and the pin sits directly over rear end, I'm only using about 1/3 of it's ability. So that equals about 8"..... If I went with the Rev I'd pick-up alot. To give myself a little more room on turns, I can lower the platform the trike sits on on the pass. side of bed as that's the wide end.. I've also removed wheel and fender for more turning......state parks are the poops here.
Its a ram just move the hitch back a foot then you are good. The goats will not know you even did that...
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... OCW is trying to catch up..... and he just sits there and FOUL..
What can you expect from a left coaster?????

BTW, remember the size of the one engineer that worked on our Revolutions in Goshen 2 yrs ago. Had to beat 275+.
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Old 11-10-2015, 08:18 PM   #75
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Old 11-10-2015, 08:20 PM   #76
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Its a ram just move the hitch back a foot then you are good. The goats will not know you even did that...
It does have that provision....steer'n might be touch and go!
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Old 11-10-2015, 08:21 PM   #77
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I tore mine down prior to getting a replacement. I also lubbed the shaft with lithium grease. The new pin box has grease on it. The 16k Revolution i saw on the new Rockwood was smooth as silk.
You might be right, but that's not according to what we were told by the 2 engineers that designed it. I don't want mine to swivel that easily. Makes it harder to hook up if you are just slightly off.
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You might be right, but that's not according to what we were told by the 2 engineers that designed it. I don't want mine to swivel that easily. Makes it harder to hook up if you are just slightly off.
I agree on tougher hook up with a looser hitch. I am getting use to the rubber band moving and the slam to jam hitching method.
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