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Old 02-23-2015, 10:32 AM   #15
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Originally Posted by vwilleford View Post
I have had my Husky Center Line for 5 years. My square 'D' pins bend and recently one broke off. Makes me nervous. Manufacturer says this is NOT supposed to happen....but had no answers. Thinking of replacing .....

FYI, mine does pop once in awhile. No big deal.

Pictures of broken parts?

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Old 09-17-2015, 11:43 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by 75TH BAMBI View Post
I've been towing my 2006 75th Anniversary Winick Prototype 19ft Bambi now for about 4 years and about 20 to 30 thousand miles with my Chevrolet SSR using the Husky Centerline hitch.

I LOVE it. The best hitch I've ever used. My truck rides and drives BETTER towing my trailer with this hitch. It PERFORMS.

So, evidently 75th Bambi and ggoat!!! are the same person (Jeff?), as this same Husky Hitch review is copied word for word from another thread. However, there is additional information and extra photos in this thread, so thanks for the update, Jeff!

I just wanted to clarify that Jeff has the "HD" (31390). Husky makes a TS (3221_) model that is friction based, just like the Equalizer (loud with pops and creaks, transfers shock to the AS, etc.). The HD is much better, because it has the compression cylinders in the head (which is also why the head is so heavy... there are more mechanicals in the active system).

The Husky Center Line HD (31390) functions much more like Hensley and ProPride, for a much reduced price tag. I think it is what I will be going with for my 25' Trade Wind.

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