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Old 08-30-2014, 05:53 PM   #29
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I bought my ProPride when I bought my Airstream in 2012. I had to do some refit when I went from an SUV to a 2014 Ram 2500. Sean was RIGHT THERE with what I needed, and has always amazed me with his responsiveness. A total professional and a pleasure to do business with. One person's opinion (to be sure)....and when someone else reports a different outcome it's probably a good idea to understand the facts. "Ready, Fire, Aim" seems to occur more often these days.

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Old 08-30-2014, 10:40 PM   #30
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When the great pile of heavy boxes came from Sean, I started the install by myself with a lift table to elevate the head when necessary. Due to space constraints from the future solar system battery box, I needed to place the jack stands at the shortest distance specified in the manual from the front of the trailer ball socket.

I called several times asking for clarification of certain points in the instruction manual. Response time was from immediate to 30 minutes depending on the time of day. Then I had a real issue and Sean fabricated a couple of steel shims for the screw jack stands and sent them out the next day. The phone was answered on Saturdays, too.

I am very pleased with both the customer service and the product.

I also had good service when I had issues or needed parts with the Hensley. I switched from towing with the Mercedes to towing with the truck and all questions were resolved in the 8 am to 5 pm, 5 work day week environment.

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Old 08-30-2014, 10:41 PM   #31
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We bought a new Pro Pride hitch in June. It's an amazing piece of hardware but I can't say I've experienced great customer service. The hitch arrived damaged with only the dust caps crushed on the one side. I've e-mailed, called, messages and got two replies from Sean; one saying he "thought" they were sent and another saying they would resend. It's been two months and no results. My last half dozen e-mails calls have been unanswered. Great product; I just hope I don't need anything as far as service down the road. I'll try and buy the caps at an auto supply store so I can lose the duct tape ones I'm using.
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Old 09-10-2014, 10:34 AM   #32
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OK, OK, OK ... from end user reports of great customer service, I will start looking for a nice used PP 3-P. Thanks for all of your shared experiences.

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