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RE: Securing Superglide hitch head?

I haven't needed he bungee cord trick but will keep it in mind. At one time I wedged a short 1/4" board between the back of the hitch and the 5th wheel to keep it from banging around when I was driving (unhitched of course). However that was only till I got around to adjusting it. I keep mine pretty tight. Once I had it so tight I could hardly move it. I decided I had gotten carried away a bit and backed it off some - but still fairly stiff. We're full time and move pretty often a good part of the year, it seems I have to tighten it up every couple of months. For others with the pullrite, is that fairly common?
nazpaz 01/02/16 06:26pm Towing
RE: Securing Superglide hitch head?

He needs to check out his manual. Look for Adjusting the Turntable Cam Arm Assembly. Here's the text: This adjustment will need to be made periodically. If you are experiencing a bump or “clunk” when starting or stopping, or if the hitch is sliding up and down the way tubes when you are not hooked up to the trailer you can perform this adjustment to reduce the noise and keep the hitch in the forward towing position when not trailering. 1. The Turntable Cam Arm Roller, {C3} needs to be kept snug against the rear edge of the of the Cam Slot (see below). 2. To adjust, loosen the Jam Nut located on the Threaded Stop Assembly {E}, under the Fifth Wheel Plate {A} (on the side facing the front of your truck). 3. Adjusting the Threaded Stop Assembly’s hex-shaped plate, will remove excessive play from between the Plastic Wear Plates and the Turntable Cam Arm Roller. 4. Turn the hex-shaped plate of the Threaded Stop Assembly by hand, adjusting incrementally, until resistance is felt when pulling the Turntable Cam Arm Assembly into the angled Cam Slot. While holding the hex-shaped plate in place, tighten the Jam Nut with a wrench. ADJUSTING THE TURNTABLE CAM ARM ASSEMBLY
nazpaz 01/02/16 04:36pm Towing
RE: Campgrounds near Wis

You might want to check out Castle Rock County Park - it's on Castle Rock Lake (swimming, fishing, boating) near Friendship - around 30 miles north of Wisconsin Dells. I reviewed it here.
nazpaz 01/02/16 02:09pm Family Camping
RE: Route planning tool ?

I use Google Maps a lot and then use my phone as a GPS, so that's Google Maps again. I finally figured out how to get a route off my PC and into my phone navigation which helps a lot. However, for long term planning...like a big route of several months I end up back on Streets & Trips because it lets you put in as many stops as you want. Google Maps won't let you have more than a few stops in a route.
nazpaz 12/18/15 09:01am Roads and Routes
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