Hensley and Propride TT hitches

Discussion in 'Hitches & Towing Questions' started by krsmitty, Jan 11, 2011.

  1. TexasClodhopper

    TexasClodhopper Senior Member

    Re: Hensley and Propride TT hitches

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  2. Cindy Spencer

    Cindy Spencer Administrator Staff Member

    Re: Hensley and Propride TT hitches

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  3. dusty

    dusty New Member

    Re: Hensley and Propride TT hitches

    Hey Sean,

    I've been looking at the ProPride hitches. Is that coupon code still good?
  4. Grandview Trailer Sa

    Grandview Trailer Sa Senior Member

    Re: Hensley and Propride TT hitches

    Dusty, He probably would honor it, but you need to contact him directly. He only shows up here every 6 months or so.
  5. C Nash

    C Nash Senior Member

    Re: Hensley and Propride TT hitches

    The hitches are good hitches IMO. Think its a lot of overkill and less expensive hitches will serve just as well. If you have the dollars get one. I have a friend that has them but he tows a lot of damaged TT to his shop. Even with 500 off they are still expensive. AJMO
  6. Grandview Trailer Sa

    Grandview Trailer Sa Senior Member

    Re: Hensley and Propride TT hitches

    I totally agree with that. A Reese or Drawtite hitch can do the same thing a LOT cheaper.
  7. slwilson6

    slwilson6 Junior Member

    We were pulling an OLD 27ft trailer with a 2007 Nissan Titan back in October of last year. Never had a problem before, but the wind was up and we passed an 18 wheeler. The trailer took on a life of it's own. It REALLY scared me. We almost ran the 18 wheeler off of the road, we took over two lanes with the sway and I screamed (which I'm sure did nothing for my husband's nerves). That was THE most scared I've ever been. We've pulled a trailer for a few years and had been pulling that one for almost a year when this happened. I have tried to ride with him twice since then and I just can't do it without ending up in the floorboard in tears. We are buying a 2009 Jayco 25BHS hoping it will make a difference, but we have also decided to upgrade to either the Hensley or the ProPride. We are in process of choosing. We decided this after a friend had a similar experience and bought the Hensley and the wife (like me) was terrified to pull the trailer any longer. She was skeptical until they pulled the trailer and she said she can't tell it's back there now and isn't at all scared. So I'm IN! We want to pull to other states (already been to Arkansas) and me not have to follow in my van. So I think the gas savings will eventually be worth it. Anyone have any preferences between the two????

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