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Old 02-16-2010, 10:08 PM   #57
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Andy, I think his only choices was 800, 1200, and 1500 for that setup.

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Old 02-16-2010, 10:12 PM   #58
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Originally Posted by ROBERTSUNRUS View Post
Hi, Great; Now get on the road and enjoy your trailer.
And please loosen up a bit. It seems that you are taking things too personal. Some here are more light hearted apparently, and have a more playful manner. You seem to take some comments as a personal attack, not just on this thread but on others as well.

We have the Hensley, and some think that we are over kill with a 2009 Tundra;, Hensely and only a 22' Safari., but after a white knuckle sway trip, we went with way too much. so far so good, and we have been very happy with the Hensley.

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Old 02-16-2010, 11:41 PM   #59
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Dreamstreamer.....Jim, you are the first person that's written about using an Equal-i-zer and a QuickBite coupler on their AS...the exact same setup we have!

I love the setup - the QB took some getting used to, but is a great coupler - really love it!

The EQ hitch is far and away the easiest one to hook and unhook - and after being sold for 50 years, they must be doing something right!

I have also seen other AS'ers mess with their mega-buck hitches, trying to line up for the 'hitch' - some even have trouble hitching on level ground - I guess there's a learning curve with those things as well - but they still have a way to go to match the 'ease' of hitching up our EQ's...!

I believe our EQ/QB combo's can be hooked up in about one minute - open the QB jaws, back into the coupler-(automatically locks) insert the lock pin, run down the elec jack, move the spring arms onto the brackets, drop the L pin into place with the lock pin...raise the jack, attach chains and emergency brake cable - drive away! Took me longer to write it that the actual process....

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Old 02-17-2010, 03:47 PM   #60
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Adjusted and Aligned.

Thank-you all for all the help. I know I needed it. Again what a great place to learn.



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