Originally Posted by Davidceder
My rig is going to be a 2014 32RCTS. I will be hooking it up to a brand new F-350 Crew Cab, short bed. Read a lot about hitches on this site. This is my first 5'r and I know I want a slider. Most of you really like the Pullrite Super Glide. My dealer is trying to talk me into a Husky manual. The problem I have with the Husky besides the manual pull is that you need to drill into the frame to mount the plates. I have a feeling this will void some part of the warranty? I was looking at the Pullrite 4100 with 16K rating.
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?
1) Pullrite offers the frame mounting plates that work with pre existing holes in the truck's frame for attachment
2) Your GVWR for this Sabre is under 14K lbs...so a 15K or 16K will be fine, your choice
3) Always check with Ford reps to answer this critical question besides other fellow Ford Owner's giving you their opinion on Hesse sites...just to be safe!
Though you may not use the slider often, definitely skip getting the manual style (PITA)...nothing compares to the auto slider hitches!
Congrats & enjoy...post some pics when you're all setup