I've finally put some miles on the Andersen hitch and its working fine for me. I have puma kf30bds and a ex cab 8'bed superduty. I know it's transferring weight as I can tighten the chains as its being hooked up and watch it pick the tongue jack up off the ground.
I was skeptical at first, but it's quiet, easy to hitch/unhitch, with no white knuckle experiences on the road. I'd buy another.
I have an 03 f250 ECLB with 3:73 gears. I tow a 2010 Puma 30kfbs. Before the tuning from Mike @ 5star the truck was "ok" but honestly felt like a drunken sailor was in control of the transmission.
After the tune the truck is a completely different animal. The transmission finally has some common sense.
@ the 59 mile marker on I 75 in KY there's a stretch of road referred to as "dive bomb hill" before the tune I'd top it at 58-63. After the tune I pulled the same hill @ 68 and was picking up speed. I'm confident if I pushed it I could've hit 70. Granted I was turning 4k rpm, I've been told to let the V10 eat and I've been plenty impressed by it.
His happened yesterday at our local cg. The wind was gusty, but I've seen much worse than what we had yesterday. I've still not heard the condition of the injured, one was flown out, one treated locally.
What year? The classic body style 99-06 will have a dummy fuse in the underhood box and use a plug for the brake controller that plugs in near your left foot under the dash. The 07- current body style work as Iraqvet stated, no harness, 12v line will be taped to the harness, just hook it up at the pdc. You'll find the wires for the brake controller under the dash.