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2015 Megacab Laramie 6.7 flame red
SOLD 08 Mega cab 6" lift with long arm kit, 2" leveling, flares, B/M, DPF delete, By-pass oil filter, cold air intake
SOLD01 4X4 Q-cab Sport Monster VP, Redline Injectors, twins 66/S480 with race cover, full billet trans etc,
Special thanks to: Redline diesel and Diesel Dr.s
What trailer do you have and how long is your box? I have a Cedar Creek 37RDTS and a new 2010 Dodge RAM 3500 Mega Cab with a short box (6'4"). I would like to get the slider hitch but I noticed the instructions say that the hitch is designed for a 6-1/2ft box and that there is no guarantee the trailer will be able to make a 90 degree turn with a smaller box. Have you had any trouble with turning?
Originally Posted by csavard
Hi, I tried to get a Pullrite hitch in Canada but found that Hijacker in Victoria BC bakes an 18K hitch for what it would have cost me to get a 14K Pullrite for.
It took three hours to install, came with all the bolts, brackets, etc, needed. They even include an fish-wire to get the bolts through the tube frame!!! I am thoroughly impressed with Hijacker.
The hitch is WAY heavier duty than the Pullrite hitches are. I took my rig for a quick pull onto the highway and around the city and never had a problem.
Here are a few pics.
I used the under-the-bed install kit so I would have no rails to fight with when I am not towing.
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