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Old Yesterday, 05:46 PM   #21
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Sorry about your window Falcondan, that was what I worried about when I first bought my fifth wheel and the main reason I bought the slider hitch. Some can get away without using one but Iím never that lucky. Murphy is always sitting on my shoulder.
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Thanks..since then I used a slider. Contacted Andersen. They said they would help me with my deductible... then nothing.. they did not help. Anyway, went to a long bed dually..
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Sorry about your window Falcondan, that was what I worried about when I first bought my fifth wheel and the main reason I bought the slider hitch. Some can get away without using one but Iím never that lucky. Murphy is always sitting on my shoulder.
It was more than the window. Truck was dented and trailer cap damaged.

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First off I'm not an Anderson fan! I receive no compensation of any kind from them!
Secondly the Anderson hitch DID NOT do that, the driver of the truck did!
Not trying to be a smart a##, just my opinion!
But if you have a newer model 5er with the notched front corners, you apparently were at greater than 90 degrees in a short bed truck to do that damage & could've happened with any brand of non sliding hitch at that angle.
As to Anderson paying ANYTHING, I'd suspect they got a good laugh reading/listening to your request.
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