We have a ProPride and O'rloaded describes it pretty well. Easy to back the stinger into the hitch head at any angle, and the head head can be tilted as well by simple turning the w.d. jack on one side. The hitch stays on the trailer, only the stinger separates from the assembly. And that can be stored in the hitch head by pulling ahead about a foot and sliding it off the truck receiver and into the hitch head. The Hensley/ProPride is longer than a conventional hitch, that allows the truck's tail gate to lower when hitched up.
It's really nice to use once accustomed to it, the stability when towing is it's greatest benefit.
Doug and Cheryl
2012 FC RB, Michelin 16, ProPride 1400
2016 Ram 1500 Laramie Crew Cab 4X4 Ecodiesel 3.92 axles
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