OK... I just watched the video on the Anderson Hitch site
and saw their 'claim' ...or at least how they figure what is the cause of 'chucking'.
They want you to believe that the common 5th wheel hitch is flexing and moving around in the back of your truck...well....FYI My 5th wheel hitch is not flexing and moving around and does not have several loose joints.... Further, the 'chucking' as we know it not caused by or at the hitch / pin box.
Chucking is the motion caused by the 'fight between the truck and trailer' as the truck wheels
pass over a road bump or depression then the trailer wheels
pass over the same bump or depression...causing a 'push - pull' sensation ...and so on... this my friends is 'Chucking'.
Another note why Anderson may think their hitch has no chucking is because the test rig in the video has a MorRyde Pin box on it which is known to reduce 'chucking'.
I am not saying don't buy the Anderson Hitch and I am not saying buy it.
All I am doing is pointing out that in the Anderson hitch video they are giving miss leading information....IMO.
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