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Old 03-10-2010, 12:17 PM   #1
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Upgrading Hitch

I have not been here all winter. So, I go the itch to buy a new TT. Probably getting 30ft. with approximate dry weight 6000 lbs. What is everyone using for hitch? I read to exhaustion on the Hensley Arrow vs. Propride. I had a little sticker shock when I saw the prices. Are there better cheaper options?
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There are less expensive options. Check out the Reesse Dual Cam and E-Qual-Izer. IMHO there are no better options.
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We used and Equalizer for years on our travel trailer, it worked great!! Easy to hitch up, especially with and electric jack. No sway at all.
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Old 03-15-2010, 09:40 PM   #6
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I used the Reese dual cam set up for 19 years prior to going with a 5er. It seemed to be a good set up, although there could be something newer and better on the market by now.
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Not sure if you made up your mind yet, but I am very happy with the Reese Dual Cam. Some people only feel safe with orange or PP, but is it necessary? Not for me.
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