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  1. SJBaily

    Need to Buy First Hitch

    Just bought a 2014 Tundra. Tows up to 10,000 pounds. Going to rent a travel trailer before we buy. We will be in the 24 to 29 foot range. We don't have the hitch/ball/weight distribution/swaybar thing yet. Sorry about my lack of correct terminology-- I'm a newbie! Looking at a CURT on Amazon for...
  2. M

    Spec chassis hitches with dual receivers

    lots of folks out there carry bikes and flat tow. Ideally, it would be nice to not have to purchase a dual hitch receiver to split the single receiver into two receivers, one for the bike rack and the other for the tow bar. Just spec the chassis for two, 2” receivers, stacked a few inches apart...
  3. Pullrite Super Glide Automatic Sliding Fifth Wheel Htich

    Pullrite Super Glide Automatic Sliding Fifth Wheel Htich

    I have sold my fifth wheel and no longer need this. I will through in an additional Reese 15K Fifthwheel hitch and front stabalizer jack as well. The Pullrite hitch will fit standard REESE Rails. The Cost is 700.00 and that includes the Pullrite Hitch, Attachment Plate for the king pin and the...
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