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Old 08-04-2020, 10:19 AM   #1
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ProPride 3P Trailer Sway Control Hitch with accessories


Up for sale is our Propride hitch. We've been just about everywhere with this hitch, however we upgraded to a fifth wheel last fall and just now getting to put it up for sale now. If you want background on this hitch, just search the forum, there is good info posted here on how well this setup works. We pulled a 34 trailer with both our F150 and now F350 and never had sway issues and always towed rock solid. I have all the paperwork and accessories listed below.

The hitch is of course used, but I have serviced it regularly per the manufacturers recommendation. A couple dings in the bottom plate ( I can send you close up pics), but it is in top working condition. I've had to the pleasure to deal with the owner of the company, Sean Woodruff, several times since I bought the hitch. I was less than confident installing and he walked me through it and always returns my calls quickly when I have questions, so a DIY install is easy with customer there to help. When it was time for servicing the bearings, instead of pulling and packing the bearings myself I sent it back to Propride so it was inspected and new seals and bearings all around. They also sent me new jacks a few years ago so those were only used last summer for the first time.

I am asking $1900 because of the fresh rebuild and all the accessories. I purchased the extension kit that is 50 bucks, the covers are $90, the Hitch Lot Bar with Link Locking Plate which runs $200, and the upgraded 3 inch receiver end that is $220. I am also throwing in the custom tow bar they made for me in 2013. The lot bar and or tow bar is absolutely essential if you leave your trailer at the dealer for service. The tow bar they made for me when I bought the hitch. I mentioned to Sean they needed a better system and he designed the lot bar so it is easier to move around. I bought the lot bar a couple years ago since the only way these hitches get damaged is when someone in the shop tries to move the trailer without the adapters.

All this new would be $3200 before tax and shipping (around $280) so sticking firm on what i believe is a fair price based on what they're going for on ebay and craigslist, however I would rather deal with a fellow crossroads forum member and not have to hassle with packing up a couple hundred pounds of steel on a palate.

Because of weight and size, I am only offering for now local pick up near Northeast Ohio. I'm close enough to I70/I71, I80, and I77 if we strike a deal and you are willing to meet me within an hour or two.

Feel free to PM me with questions, additional photos or info.
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Old 08-09-2020, 03:21 PM   #2
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We put ours on Facebook Marketplace and sold it locally within a couple of hours.
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