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Old 05-05-2014, 09:43 AM   #11
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Spoke to my dealer on Saturday and they working hard trying to convince me to use a regular hitch.....said I would be fine with out it. Probably so but they are just coming into being Columbus dealer and I not totally convinced of there actionable knowledge of the unit. There service manager called them junk. I am sticking with it because of the piece of the mind cause all it takes is a moment of forgetfulness in a situation and boom. Being that the Columbus is 4 inches wider gives me pause also.

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Old 05-06-2014, 07:07 AM   #12
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If the service manager at your dealer is calling the Pullrite hitch junk, I would have serious concerns about his/her credibility. For them to have the opinion that you don't need a slider is one thing but the Pullrite is a quality product. It's made here is the USA and their customer support is awesome. Your dealer will make more money from you selling/installing the generic hitch they want you to have rather than ordering the Pullrite.

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