I was surprised that mine required a lot more hours to install than the hype indicated.
One problem was the emergency chains that connect the trailer tongue to the receiver. The ProPride head is several inches longer from the bumper back to the ball, so the chain had to be extended several chain lengths. Not ProPride's fault, but I had to tow the trailer to a welding shop to get the hook modified so it could be moved to the extended chain links. It's all done now, and the welding shop charged me only $10 to fix the problem.
Again, not ProPride's fault, but another problem was I had moved the tongue jack back a few inches to clear the lowered tailgate when the older hitch was installed. So the tongue jack was now in the way of the yoke of the ProPride hitch. At first I assumed I would have to remove the tongue jack and figure out some other way to raise the tongue. So I removed the tongue jack, and saw the old holes where it was located by the trailer manufacturer. I installed the yoke, then replaced the tongue back in its original location with no problem. Since the ball of the ProPride is several inches farther from the tailgate than the ball of the old hitch, the tongue jack no longer needed to be moved back to clear the tailgate. So all is well that turns out well.
And not a problem for folks with a full toolbox, but it requires a lot of different sizes and types of wrenches and sockets and screwdrivers to get it all installed and adjusted.
I haven't towed with the ProPride more than a few miles to the welding shop and back, but it felt really good on that short pull.
Observation: That puppy is HEAVY!. I haven't been to the scales since I installed it, but I'll bet my hitch weight has climbed about 100 pounds compared to the Reese Strait-Line dual cam that has towed that trailer several thousand miles.
Grumpy ole man with over 50 years towing experience. Now my heaviest trailer is a 7,000-pound enclosed cargo trailer, RV is a 5,600 pound Skyline Nomad Joey 196S, and my tow vehicle is a 2012 F-150 EcoBoost SuperCrew.