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Old 06-13-2019, 07:48 AM   #1
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Which to choose? B&W or Pullrite

Hey all,
I am new to the fifth wheel community. I am ready to purchase my 1st fifth wheel. Carriage Cameo 35SB3. I am trying to decide between B&W Companion or Pullrite Superlite 20K.
Any opinions, reviews or thoughts would be welcome, along with any experience with each.
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You might want to consider one of the trailer saver hitches.
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Hi Ron, I pulled with a B&W Companion hitch for 7 years before switching to my motorhome. I really liked the hitch and it never gave me one problem.

If I had to do it again, Iíd probably have purchased a BD3 air ride hitch from Hensley to give the fiver a nice cushioned ride. They are expensive, but not so much more than buying a B&W and an air pin box if that is also part of your thought process.
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We have had the PullRite for 8 years now. It's totally automatic. It's performed well for us. And their customer service is great.
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I am trying to decide between B&W Companion or Pullrite Superlite 20K.
That's like tying to decide between a Ford and a Chevy tow vehicle. You can't go wrong with either choice, provided you get the specs and options right for your intend use.

Because you already have the B&W TurnOverBall gooseneck hitch installed in your tow vehicle, the B&W Companion would be the obvious choice. But the PullRite SuperLite can also be installed with your B&W TurnOverBall hitch, so no real reason to choose one over the other.
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Thanks to everyone's feedback. I chose the pullrite with the B&W gooseneck. It is lighter, and like a gooseneck it will force me to lower my landing gear before I can pull away. No bent bed!

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