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Topic Review (Newest First)
08-16-2020 12:24 AM
Roostor I run the Anderson Ultimate hitch, pulling a 15k 38’ 5ver with 2019 Sierra 3500 DRW. I love the whole set up.
02-24-2020 10:11 AM
5 O Check out the Timbren SES rubber stops. I love them, no load stock ride.
02-23-2020 01:48 PM
beaverjdc
anderson hitch

First time camper as of last summer and love the Anderson Hitch but hate the air bags when there is no load....reduced the air down to 10 lbs and my f250 rides like a tank!! guess I should upgrade to a Dually?
02-10-2020 02:03 PM
5 O Multiple trips to coast and west Texas, deer lease. All good. I just take it real easy if you know what i mean.

thanks,
02-09-2020 02:56 PM
KW I love the Timbrens and love them. I've talked to people that use the Anderson and love it. I've also seen where it has failed too. Look at You Tube and FaceBook for comparisons and examples of good and bad. Good luck with your decision.
09-05-2019 06:50 PM
KingOfBacklash Glad to hear it’s going well. There was no damned way I was going with a traditional slider hitch and airbags were overly complicated for the little bit of squat I had.

Now I’m on the hunt for additional fuel capacity. I like the titan replacement but notsomuch on the cost... May do an RDS auxiliary tank...
09-05-2019 11:47 AM
5 O Been using both since i started this tread. So far, all is good. 15' 2500 HD pulling 41' Columbus toy hauler 13,000lbs
09-04-2019 07:45 PM
KingOfBacklash Running both the Andersen hitch and Timbrens on a 17 F250 pulling a 39’ Keystone ~12000lbs.

Just got the setup but happy to answer questions as I learn more. So far no complaints...
10-25-2018 10:00 AM
redexpress I'm using a PullRite SuperLite 2600. Basically the same thing as Andersen, except it is steel not aluminum, maybe 10-15# heavier, and about $100 cheaper. Plenty easy for me to remove from the truck bed by myself, even with a bad back. The PullRite has the ball on the pinbox and the female receiver in the truck, opposite of the Andersen. I prefer the lock system of the PullRite being somewhat hidden in the truck bed as opposed to the Andersen that is accessable to anyone to unlock. If you have a truck with 5th wheel factory prep just get a gooseneck ball and you're good to go.
http://www.pullrite.com/2600
10-24-2018 03:35 PM
bigfishtx Reece is nice but wasn’t rated high enough !
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