Originally Posted by Davidceder
1)Does the pullrite require drilling into the frame?
2)Is the 4100 the right hitch for the 32RCTS
3)Does anyone know of warranty issues if you do drill into the frame?
Love mine and it was a "moderately" complicated (for me) install on my 2008 GMC Sierra 2500HD as only one hole on each side was pre-existing. It is used as the "starter hole" to template all other holes that need drilling (except for bed holes).
It never hurts to have more hitch and my hitch is rated for the maximum 5th wheel weight the truck is supposed to pull (15,400); so I have the 3300 (older hitch rated at 16,000 pounds). My camper is 9,300 pounds GVWR.
I have never had trouble getting warranty service at any GMC dealer I have used. It might be a different story if I was looking for frame crack warranty that originated at one of my drilled holes.
As to the warranty on the pullrite, I have never had the degree of service from any other company. Their customer service phone line was extremely helpful when I was thinking about installing it myself and they hooked me up with their area rep, Scott, who spent hours on the phone holding my hand as I put it in. He stopped by one day to see how I did and have a beer. Can't ask for a nicer experience.
Many Kudos to:
Customer Service Representative
Pulliam Enterprises, Inc.
13790 E Jefferson Blvd
Mishawaka, IN 46545
1-800-443-2307 Ext. 104
And Scott Rasley (Eastern US Specialist)
Lou and Laura with Bella - German Short Hair Pointer
2008 GMC Sierra 2500HD Crewcab SB Allison Duramax
2010 Flagstaff 8526RLWS - Superglide 3300
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