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Old 09-24-2022, 09:28 PM   #1
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Reese dual cam or Blue Ox

Sooo, a 20 year old Reese dual cam that I am totally happy with, except for the age. Doing a major refit at the mother ship next may and thinking I need to replace the hitch. I have an extra brand new cam for the reese, but am also looking at the Oxblue hitch to get it all done and over next May.

Any thoughts on one or the other? Not interested in Hensley or Propride folks weighing in....I respect your decision, but I am not going there.
Thanks in advance....
Bob
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Old 09-25-2022, 09:17 PM   #2
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We got a Husky Centerline and quite pleased wiht it, and can't beat the price. It did take a little more adjustment and muscle to torque but our local RV place shop got it right for us.
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Old 09-25-2022, 09:27 PM   #3
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Sooo, a 20 year old Reese dual cam that I am totally happy with, except for the age. Doing a major refit at the mother ship next may and thinking I need to replace the hitch. I have an extra brand new cam for the reese, but am also looking at the Oxblue hitch to get it all done and over next May.

Any thoughts on one or the other? Not interested in Hensley or Propride folks weighing in....I respect your decision, but I am not going there.
Thanks in advance....
Bob
I have used Blue Ox. 1000lb bars. Barely used. I took it off and put on propride. So if you get to that place you want one, would be willing to give good price to get rid of it.
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