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Old 04-01-2013, 05:39 PM   #61
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I've read not all, but several, posts on this thread and I didn't see anyone address the PP hitch's actions when heading down a 6% (or greater) slope. When I'm heading north on I-5 and coming down the "Grapevine", I sure wouldn't want any unexpected activity from my hitch!!

Any comments on this aspect?
We have driven that stretch of road many times as well as the I-5 corridor betwn Calif and Oregon- over the passes in Southern Oregon and Nothern Calif. The PP hitch is marvelous....downgrades are no problem at all, (but we have an exhaust brake on our Ram truck.)...but as for the hitch.....there is absolutely no unexpected or unintended activity from the trailer related or unrelated to the hitch.

The hitch is flawless! Thanks Sean!!!!
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