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Old 11-08-2017, 06:57 PM   #31
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On a short bed I would use a slider for peace of mind. I think it backs better when you move the pivot point back. Might be in my head. After a couple of skid marks on my truck cab I got an 8ft bed.
As far as payload goes weigh your truck and check against the combined rear tire capacity. That is the main buzz kill on a SRW. Just not many in Daytona during bike week would agree . Lots of 20k 44 footers down there being tugged by SRWs problem free. In my travels Ive seen 50:1 trailer tire / TV tire problems on the roadside.

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Old 11-08-2017, 06:58 PM   #32
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Thanks for following up. I think so.

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Old 11-08-2017, 07:07 PM   #33
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Go with an Anderson hitch. I️ have one with my 5th and short bed and itís awesome and very light.

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Old 02-05-2018, 09:51 PM   #34
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Originally Posted by kfxgreenie View Post
You don't need no stinkin slider or heavy hitch to take away from your "payload"


Uh-oh now I dun it. Added the 2nd most controversial subject beyond the 3/4 ton "payload" (the first most controversial subject)
Looks like the GVWR police are alive and well in here. I second the Anderson and stay away from the sliders. Way to much weight and pain in the rear. Get your rig and let ER rip tator chip!
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Old 02-06-2018, 08:24 AM   #35
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Originally Posted by xrated View Post
Ford Enthusiast Forum that contains a letter from Keystone that says that they will not warranty any claims on frame issues if you are using the Anderson 5ver hitch.
Can you share a link to that post or re-post the letter from Keystone. It seems like such a warranty void would violate Magnuson-Moss and as Thor (Keystone) is the LARGEST RV provider, Anderson might want to weigh in... Anderson + Thor - that's a lot of un-warrantied RVs if it's true.

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Originally Posted by chuckster57 View Post
It’s not Keystone, but Lippert that won’t honor any frame issues using the Anderson hitch. This has been discussed too many times to count.

Anderson does say they offer a high dollar amount to cover frame damage in the event that Lippert denies warranty claim based on the use of their hitch.

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hitch, slide

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