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Old 04-07-2009, 10:01 PM   #71
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Originally Posted by ROBERT CROSS View Post
What was the rational for the 1200# bars for a Bambi?
According to Post #1, the 1200# bars were for the 30' Holiday Rambler:

I e-mailed Lindon hitch for sizing help and they recommended the 1,200 lb. option with the standard shank for our 1 ton Dodge and the 30' Holiday Rambler. They had an on-line order form link or a link to all the Equal-i-zer dealers you could order from. Their on-line order form link was showing $ 590.00 plus 60.00 shipping for a total of $ 650.00.
DreamStream did post some results of "testing" with the 30' HR. He later switched to the Bambi. We need to remember that when a signature is updated, the revised signature also is appended to posts which were made prior to the revision.


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Old 04-08-2009, 09:26 AM   #72
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Good point about two different trailers Sean. I missed that.


Here's an interesting bit of psychology for everyone.

I'm only guessing but making an educated guess based on Dreamstream's HR trailer. He may have been one of the HR Recalls that were "fixed" with the orange hitch.

Throughout the years these orange customers tended to not really love the hitch the way others that actually purchased the hitch themselves loved the hitch.

I believe they were so unhappy with the way their HR towed that they wanted them bought back by the company rather than fixed. This didn't set the foundation for a happy customer experience because they were essentially forced into using the orange by the recall. They were already thoroughly pissed off about the entire thing that most never really learned how to use the hitch.

Just my .02 (and about what it's worth) but I find the dichotomy between the two interesting.

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