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CharlesinGA

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ls1mike wrote:

That is what I am going to get. I have a flatbed trailer that has this exact coupler. I love it.


Go and read thru this thread Escape trailer hitch conversion

As it has some pics in it. Lots of discussion on the Bulldog vs the RAM hitch (which Etrailer sells as their brand also) and the differences in the attachment of the tongue jack, etc.

Its a lot of jibber-jabber till post #15 and then it gets a little more informative, but read it all.

Charles


'03 Ram 2500 CTD, 5.9HO six speed std cab long bed Leer top and 2008 Bigfoot 25B21RB.. previously (both gone) 2008 Thor/Dutchman Freedom Spirit 180 & 2007 Winnebago View 23H Motorhome.

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CharlesinGA wrote:

ls1mike wrote:

That is what I am going to get. I have a flatbed trailer that has this exact coupler. I love it.


Go and read thru this thread Escape trailer hitch conversion

As it has some pics in it. Lots of discussion on the Bulldog vs the RAM hitch (which Etrailer sells as their brand also) and the differences in the attachment of the tongue jack, etc.

Its a lot of jibber-jabber till post #15 and then it gets a little more informative, but read it all.

Charles


Thanks that was a good read. I have not done anything yet, but my first trip is the end of next month and I have the guy who welded the pearch pads on my axle set up to do the welding.


Mike
2017 Chevy 3500HD 6.0 Crew Cab Long bed
2012 Passport 3220 BHWE
Me, the Wife, two little ones and two dogs.

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