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Old 07-02-2011, 09:41 PM   #1
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Buying Equalizer from Online retailer

Has anyone used this online retailer?

Adventure RV Center,
2910 Newport HWY,
Sevierville, TN

Their pricing for a 600/6000lb Equal-i-zer is almost $100-150 less than anyone else.

Equal-I-Zer Weight Distribution Equalizer Hitch 6000# lbs - $389...

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Old 07-03-2011, 12:00 AM   #2
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Does that hitch come with the shank and how much is shipping ? RV Supply Warehouse $465.00 with free shipping.
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Old 07-03-2011, 02:20 AM   #3
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If memory serves, that's where we got ours - I also found as you did that they had the best price - and it does come with the 'Shank', as a complete unit...Prompt shipping!

We couldn't be happier with the performance, and especially, the ease of hooking/unhooking, a big plus in my book!
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Make sure you buy the ball from Equalizer. It is hard to find one with the exact specifications that are needed for the hitch off the shelf. I have an Equalizer and have been very happy with it.
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Has anyone used this online retailer?

Adventure RV Center,
2910 Newport HWY,
Sevierville, TN

Their pricing for a 600/6000lb Equal-i-zer is almost $100-150 less than anyone else.

Equal-I-Zer Weight Distribution Equalizer Hitch 6000# lbs - $389...

Feedback appreciated

Don't see a problem with buying a known brand on-line.

Look for the best deal and pounce....
but why not wait 'til 'yer finished LOOKING, you may end up with a 25ft'r and need to start all over again...

cart & horse thing
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Old 07-03-2011, 08:32 AM   #6
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but why not wait 'til 'yer finished LOOKING, you may end up with a 25ft'r and need to start all over again...
Hmmm, good advice.... however, I was thinking (based on my blurry-eyed forum reading) the spec's for the 24-25ft'rs (late 60/early 70 TWs) I've been looking at would still match up with the 600/6000 Equal-i-zer.
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Does that hitch come with the shank and how much is shipping ? RV Supply Warehouse $465.00 with free shipping.
Shipping was ~$50, and that included shipping for an 10K Equalizer ball, so it sounds like pricing is comparable to RV Supply Warehouse.
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