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Old 09-28-2007, 08:38 PM   #15
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Ok new issue... The dealer won't install a Pullrite because of issues. Something about the height is not adjustable??? What type of turns can I make without having to slide the hitch back? Can I make right turns around corners without the fear of crushing my truck??

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Old 09-30-2007, 06:48 PM   #16
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Anyone? I bought the WW3505 today!! Yahooooooo
Now it's time to decide on the hitch. Any feedback with a WW and the Pullrite? Any issues making "Normal" right hand turns?? The last thing I want to do is put a bunch of glass on my two little one in the back seat.

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I don't believe anyone is going to be able to give you an absolute answer on how far you'll be able to turn before the 5th wheel RV hits the cab. It all depends on the configuration of the front of the 5th wheel RV and the placement of the hitch as it determines the centerline of the pin axis. Unless you have the precise dimensions to lay everything out on paper, it's going to be a trial process when you first hitch up.


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