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Old 01-06-2010, 06:46 PM   #29
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I use wheel bearing grease on the ends that go into the pockets on the hitch head plus on the outside of the pockets. It lasts for several days to a week (rain makes a difference) and I always have the grease with me anyway.


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Old 01-06-2010, 07:00 PM   #30
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When you use grease you sure do always have it with you - on your shirt, pants, hands and other places you can't even figure out how it got to! I much prefer the noise and couldn't care less what anyone else thinks.

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I have a Centerline and enjoy the support and strength it supplies. The towing is superb, however, if the unhitching surface does not closely equal the original hitching surface as far as angle (both horizontal and vertical) or height, removal of the spring bars can be difficult. The warranty on the hitch claims to cover ALL parts for life. I don't currently tow an Air Stream, I tow a 36' Laredo 303 (7,356 lbs dry) with a F-350 Super Duty and with the Centerline and its weight distribution capabilities, I do not notice any sag in the rear end. Overall, I am pleased with the hitch and its abilities.

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