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Old 03-26-2014, 08:41 AM   #21
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Originally Posted by Brookman62 View Post
I just bought the Pullrite 16K for my F150 s-crew. I read a lot about the hitches and found that the one piece "wrap-around the pin" design of the Pullrite makes a tighter connection than the Reese "split-jaw(two piece). The Pullrite one piece design prevents "chucking" between truck and fifth wheel, in stop/ go or decel/ accel driving conditions. I bought it through Amazon.com'
I can't tell you how it works yet because we are still waiting for our new fifth wheel, on order... can't wait! Hope this helps you...good luck!
My Reese hitch has a full jaw. No worries on the latching mechanism on my hitch.

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