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Old 07-05-2012, 03:40 PM   #51
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Originally Posted by trudinator View Post curious mind wants to have a 2012 trailer. Did you even contact your dealer to inquire about warranty replacement?

The other thing is.... I bought my 2012 a few months ago from a dealer that sells them brand new. Mine was used though. They gave me a great deal on it and clearly someone used it only a handfull of times...if even. It's CLEAN. They had new ones on the lot but for the savings I opted to get the used one. So in short...I have no warranty

TT = 2014 Palomino Solaire Eclipse 318TSBHK
TV = 2014 Ram 2500 Big Horn 6.4L V8
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Old 07-05-2012, 05:30 PM   #52
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I recently installed the same Husky jack on my TT, but you got a better deal than my $215 price...
Thought the ball bearing feature would be better in the long run.
Electric is great - the DW can now unhook the TT without my help.
So far it has been great!

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Old 07-16-2012, 08:06 AM   #53
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I installed the Husky 4500 before our recent trip to Yellowstaone and Glacier Park. I have a heavy tongue weight ( 1350#'s). It worked perfect on my set up. It picked truck and all up while putting on my equalizer hitch ( 14k). Great jack.


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