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DRR Trophy
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Does anyone have experience with the Gen Y hitches?

https://genyhitch.com/

Expensive, but if they are as good as advertised, may be worth the cost. I tow daily with a 2018 2500 Cummins Ram with about 4-5000# behind me. From time to time in the 9000# range. Thinking it may help with the beating some of my equipment takes on front and rear of my daily equipment trailer.

Thanks in advance.


William Kilduff
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A friend has one on his f-350, just the fixed one with the adjustable heights. Very sloppy, a lot of movement.
 
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I have one of the torsion hitches,love it.Works as advertised.
 
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Thanks guys. I haven't found much info to go by yet, besides whats on their website. As expensive as these are, I'm hoping to find more people with experience with them before I drop that much money on one.


William Kilduff
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1968 Caprice
1964 F100
 
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Check out www.rhinohitch.com. Yes a little expensive but heavy duty and easy adjustable.
 
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Originally posted by C Hodge:
Check out www.rhinohitch.com. Yes a little expensive but heavy duty and easy adjustable.


Thanks for the link. Haven't seen these before. Looks like a great option.


William Kilduff
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1968 Camaro X2
1968 Caprice
1964 F100
 
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I'm getting ready to order one of these this week for my Class A MH.
http://airsafehitch.com/catego.../receivers/class-vi/

Don't really need a 20k hitch BUT for the difference I'd rather have the extra in case I get something bigger.
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If the issue is primarily to get the truck to ride a bit smoother I recommend the Shocker Hitch. It uses an adjustable air bag to absorb road shocks and smooth out the ride. We, TrailerToad.com, are a Dealer for this great line of air-ride hitches. Got a question give us a call.
If you are wanting to get the tongue weight off the truck but the Trailer Toad isn't in your current plans then I recommend the Equalizer 1400/14,000 weight distribution hitch by Progress Mfg. We have sold hundreds of them to go along with the Trailer Toads we make and they are simply the STRONGEST WD out there for a 2" or 2.5" receiver.

Be safe out there.

Jok


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