Last Sunday at the RV show in Minneapolis my wife and I bought our very first 5er, a Cruiser CF325CK. This has been a long time in the making and now we have some more decisions to make ie. which hitch to put in the truck. We would like to reduce chucking to a minimum. We have a long box F350. Ideally I'd like to be able to take the hitch out and have a flat truck bed. Not sure that is a big issue since I think I could put a piece of plywood or two in the bed and cut out where the rails are and still end up with essentially a flat bed. Bottom line, we would rather spend a little more and really enjoy this hitch than not quite enough and be reminded of that every time we use it.
I'm reading about air ride hitches. Sounds like they reduce chucking significantly. Is there any other kind of hitch that reduces chucking? What about the kingpin? I've read about MorRyde and it sounds like this would reduce chucking too. Are both necessary?We really eager to hear the opinions of veteran 5er people. We need to make this decision soon. So please tell us about your experiences and opinions.
Thank you inadvance for your time.