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Old 08-18-2013, 04:36 AM   #29
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Invest in either a Hensley or a ProPride hitch (ProPride is actually the second generation Hensley). Hensley offers used hitches and financing from what I understand. WELL worth the investment.

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Old 08-18-2013, 07:32 PM   #30
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My current set up is a double cab Tacoma pulling a 27' cross roads sunset trail. The truck has a class 4 hitch and tow package. I am using the reese dual cam weight dist hitch. I also use the prodigy P3 brake controller. Also upgraded to load E ties which made a huge difference in the overall feel. I have been pulling for 2 years with this set up and have had no problems with sway or white knuckle situations. We are in Ohio and camp in the river valleys ascending and descending decent grades. I looked into the Hensley but decided on the reese. Like others have stated, make sure you check your numbers.

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