Originally Posted by Wingeezer
I wonder why the Pro Pride would be that much easier to hitch that the Hensley, are they not pretty similar in design?
I own a ProPride hitch and it is easier to hook up because the angles on the drawbar where it seats into the hitch are wider. Basically, it is less critical to hook up.
The other benefits of the ProPride are adjustability of the drawbar allowing the change of tow vehicle without having a new drawbar made (the HaHa is welded and must be rebuilt if the TV receiver height or angle changes), and it is easier to install and requires no drilling of the trailer "A" frame.
One last thing....it is $500 cheaper list price, or it was the last time I looked.