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Old 09-05-2016, 01:46 AM   #29
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Originally Posted by jimcumminsw View Post
I have a hoist and a roll a round cart to support the hitch when it is out of the truck. The removal and installation takes about 15 min's to do, most of the time is getting the hoist hung and gathering the straps and cart for removal and or installing. Pulling the hitch is not a big issue and I do have a tonneau cover for the bed when the hitch is out.
I have an empty bed except for the bed rails and I do not have to fight the hitch if I want to haul something in the bed.

X2. I use a fold up cherry picker, takes about 5-10 minutes in or out. Put it on a roll around cart. Then have my bed free for hauling stuff.

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Old 09-05-2016, 06:19 AM   #30
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Leave my b&w in truck under tonneau cover. If need to take out it comes apart in two pieces and can easily be lifted out by hand

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[QUOTE=PRT;3236526]We also leave the hitch in and cover with a tonneau. Like to keep the sun and weather off the air bags.

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