Originally Posted by 5verdriver
Just returned from our 'shake down' camp outing. Traveled about 70 miles to a beautiful resort/campground in Mass. Everything seemed to go just fine-----except when I got home and unhooked and went to put my kingpin tripod up. On these PullRite SuperGlides hitches as some of you know, require a 'capture plate'. I attempted to remove the plate and noticed the bolt that holds the plate to the backside of the pin was sheared in half
. I just wrote an email to the company, hoping to shed some light on that issue. But here is a picture of our 'home away from home'...............
I looked at your pic, and not claiming to be an expert by any means, but the nose of the trailer looks to be high, which I don't think is good/ideal, and the side profile doesn't look like you're going down the road with the trailer level. I don't know if that contributed to your issue, but how did it tow. I wish I had more pics of mine hitched up, but I just have the one, as I've only hitched it and brought it home, but I wanted to show the difference in the trailer stance.