I have the Pull-Rite as well. Mine was installed with the removable pins
so I have a clear bed when it's out. I'm glad I have it. I would
suggest that you get the 3" lift kit for the hitch to help with your bed
clearance as you may have the same issue I had with the pinbox
contacting the sides.
Steve points out the other issue that you
need to be aware of. The capture plate is key to getting the hitch to
operate properly. I've not had any issue with getting the correct one.
My original pinbox had the plate held on with a bunch of bolts, the new
one on the TriGlide is clamped on at 3 spots and a much better design.
adjustment mentioned about stop is something that has to be done. It
doesn't seem to affect the towing but will keep the hitch from wandering
when the RV is not hitched.
PM me if I can give you any other info.
Al & Linda
2013 GMC Denali 3500HD SRW, Crew Cab, Std bed, 6.6L Duramax, Allisons, PullRite Superglide, Triglide
2011 Crossroads Seville VF35CK11