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  1. The Trailer Saver TS3 is the one of the best fifth wheel hitches on the market. It has air bags and shocks built in to give you the best ride possible. The fifth wheel floats behind the truck making it a towing dream. The hitch attaches to industry standard rails. For my Ram truck, I have an adapter plate for the pucks to rails for mounting the hitch. The downside is the bad boy is heavy! When I needed to remove it, I would just hang it from the camper’s king pin. I’ve literally never lifted it. You’ll be responsible for getting it to your truck, though I’m willing to use my camper to lift it. I paid just over $3,400 for the hitch and another $500 for the adapter plate. I’d like to sell together but I’m willing to sell the hitch separately for $2,300 but can’t sell the adapter plate until after I sell the hitch. Pickup in Clermont, FL. Pickup in person (no shipping companies).
  2. BLUE OX TRAVEL TRAILER HITCH, upgraded to 5th wheel, parts used twice. Wayne Carlson, Algonquin, IL (1/2 way Chicago to Rockford) WPCARLSONMD@GMAIL.COM 847-909-0874 List prices from eTrailer. I purchased from them, great service. Asking ½ price. Blue Ox Signature Series Lift Brackets for SwayPro Weight Distribution Systems - Clamp On or Bolt On$271.57 Blue Ox SwayPro Weight Distribution Shank for 2" Hitches - 9" Long - 7 Hole Adjustment ( bottom 2 holes removed for ground clearance)$127.51 Replacement Spring Bars for Blue Ox SwayPro Weight Distribution System - 350 lbs TW (1 dimple)$232.67 Replacement Head for Blue Ox SwayPro Weight Distribution Systems - Underslung - Trunnion Bar (2) $187.23 Blue Ox Signature Series Underclamp Lift Brackets for SwayPro Weight Distribution Systems - Clamp On$249.70
  3. http://AndersonUltimateHitch.comAnderson Ultimate Hitch system. Used twice. Including safety chäin kit and rotoflex lock out kit.
  4. I'm selling my Automated Safety Hitch because I'm settling in one place and won't need it anymore. I bought it in 2016, used it to zig zag coast to coast and then needed to strop traveling, so it only has 8,000 miles or so on it. It has some superficial rust because I live near the ocean, but is otherwise in fine shape. I loved using it. It left my truck bed free for storage, and as a new RVer liked the extra brakes and maneuverability. Also , Joe, the manufacturer, provided excellent support, answering calls from remote locations. I got it with the winch option, which allowed me to pull my RV out of a couple of muddy spots it got stuck in. I'm in Northern California and happy to help figure out how to get it elsewhere. Trying to sell it soon, as I'm moving to the Caribbean. I paid around $12K new and will sell for best offer.
  5. Trailer Saver TS3, includes compressor and cover. Also includes removable risers. Pictures can be seen at https://indianapolis.craigslist.org/rvs/d/trailer-saver-fifth-wheel/6385383096.html
  6. Hi guys. is there an instruction to take apart the Holland Binkley head from the Trailersaver base. Our hitch is 16 years old with 50K miles on it. I want to take it apart as much as I can, replace cotter pins. Examine the locking jar and locking block. Check those large Clevis pins and see how they work to ensure all are well before hitching. I am thinking the big Pivot (Axis) Bolt which allow the head to roll side to side, is the first item to unbolt and free the head from the body? Anyone did a full maintenance scrub down on this hitch? The hitch we have is the early version. The body (back) hinges that allows the head assembly to float on the airbag, are two big bolts with the lock nut in a tubing with the grease zerk for lubrication. Anything to watch out in servicing the hitch? Thanks.
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