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Old 02-18-2012, 11:24 PM   #1
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after almost getting into my cab 2500 duramax 2007 short bed I want to eliminate the chance of it happening,, anyone have any input about which to get a sidewinder or a slider,cost looks to be around the same. thanks ron in west tx.come on kerrville
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Old 02-19-2012, 06:37 AM   #2
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Ronnie, I can only speak for the Sidewinder since I have never own a slider hitch and probably never will since I only drive LWB trucks. Our PP came with a Sidewinder as a one off deal Crossroads did.I knew I really did not need it with a LWB truck but after our first trip with it I realized how good it worked. It allows me to turn and back our 5th wheel like a TT. Plus it also allows you to hook up or disconnect at almost any angle. If you haven't bought either by the rally you can check mine out there.
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