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Old 04-18-2013, 08:46 PM   #11
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Recently purchased a 34RLSA and specified the TrailAir Triglide, but got only the Airride. So, unless something has changed recently, you're not likely to get the Triglide if you ordered off the option sheet.

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Old 04-27-2013, 03:03 PM   #12
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We have absolutely zero chucking. We have the TrailAir that is coupled with the Curt 20K hitch. Can't say enough about this combination.


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Old 04-28-2013, 07:42 AM   #13
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We have a CC Silverback 35QB4, with a PullRite 20.5K Super 5th Wheel Hitch & SuperRails, matched with the Trail Air Tri-Glide Pin Box - it pulls like a dream with this combo! I have found that hook-up with this hitch is actually very easy given its vertical "footprint". The air shock is easy to adjust and chucking is eliminated. If you have the option, in my opinion, it is well worth the additional $ to go with the Tri-Glide if possible.
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2011 Chev Silverado 3500HD Dually Duramax Turbo Diesel - Allison Trans / PullRite 20.5K Super 5th Wheel Hitch & SuperRails / Trailair Tri-Glide Air Ride Pin Box #21,000 / Honda 3000i Handi

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Old 04-28-2013, 08:23 AM   #14
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UncleFudd, When I researched this for my new camper, here's what I found. There is a TrailAir rota-flex. This is a rubber shock absorption system. Next up the ladder is a TrailAir Air ride. This is probably what you have order and is pretty much self explanatory. At the top of the ladder is the TriGlide. This incorporates steel rollers that allows the bottom jaw "to glide". I'm also curious as to what type of hitch you have that does not allow a TriGlide. By the way, the TriGlide is about $400 more than what you paid.

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