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Old 06-23-2013, 03:14 PM   #1
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Hi,

I got a Elevation 4012 which Im towing with a Ram 3500 with a Pullrite Superglide hitch. Good combo overall, but on some of our roads we get janked about quite a bit, and from some research i found some people are upgrading their pinbox to a 5th airborne or other airride pinboxes.

However, i can not find info anywhere which one is a best in class solution. I just want it fixed before hitting the road for a few weeks on vacation.

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Old 06-23-2013, 04:03 PM   #2
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Also seen a lot that are using the Morryde pinbox, maybe this is a better combo than the 5th airborne with the Pullrite superglide?

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Old 06-23-2013, 08:40 PM   #3
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Quite a few if us have gone to the Demco glide rite pin,WOrks well for me. and has no maitance or shocks or air bags to wear out

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We've got the TrailAir TriGlide and like it very much. It has to be greased on a regular basis but that's not a big problem. You do need to have the air shock pumped appropriately.

We did get ours when Lippert was running a special so it's not quite as bad a sticker shock as it could have been.

The Demco without the airbag and not needing greasing could be an advantage. My advice is to look at both.


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Old 07-07-2013, 03:12 PM   #5
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We just got back from our first trip since using the MOR/Ryde pin box. It worked out great and took out most of the chucking motion. You can still feel it, but it is hardly noticeable.

I went the the MOR/Ryde because it was no maintenance and I found it for a good price on Tweetys. I didn't want a system with airbags due to the intense desert heat we have during the summer. I also have the Pullrite Superglide, so you can't go wrong with that combination.

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