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The ProPride 3P hitch is the most advanced trailer sway control hitch available for your towing needs. Jim Hensley, the man who revolutionized hitch performance with his old design, has improved and enhanced his new design for your extraordinary towing experience. With easy installation and use you'll experience towing stability and safety unmatched by any hitch available.
The ProPride 3P main unit consists of two 3/4" thick links that project the pivot point of the trailer forward to near the rear axle of your tow vehicle. By not allowing the trailer to pivot side-to-side on the ball trailer sway is eliminated.
The ProPride Yoke keeps the main unit hitch ball from pivoting in the trailer coupler which would allow the trailer to sway.
Heavy duty weight distribution jacks allow you to distribute your tongue weight with precision and ease.
The 3P adjustable hitch bar is designed for any tow vehicle and trailer combination now and in the future. It includes a bar tilt feature to compensate for hitch receivers that are not parallel to the ground. This tilt allows more efficient weight distribution for varying hitch receivers.
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Posted by Dave Easley on 28th Jun 2016
I bought my ProPride in the Spring of 2009 when I bought my trailer. We take 5 or 6 camping trips each season. When a semi truck passes, it is no different than when driving without the trailer, just a gentle press to the side as the semi's air dam passes. Gusty wind causes no problem.
I had a blow out at 62 MPH on I-25 just North of Walsenburg Colorado. My Wife and I heard a loud bang followed by loud scrapping. I looked in my passenger side rear view mirror and saw items from our kitchen cabinets falling out and bouncing down the road from the hole in the floor of our trailer. There was absolutely no pulling or sway from the trailer even though we were dragging an axle on the highway at 62 MPH. I was on an overpass and had to drive another quarter mile to have room to pull over. I gently applied the brakes and pulled over. Nothing felt different during the emergency. No pull. No sway. No problem controlling the tow vehicle or trailer. The only reason we knew there was a problem was the loud bang and the loud scrapping noise.
We were next to the guard rail on an overpass when the passenger tire completely separated. What would have happened, what could have happened, if I had decide to save money on my hitch? If the trailer had pulled us to the right we might have tipped over the guard rail and fallen off the overpass or at least severely damaged our vehicle and trailer sliding along the guard rail. Thanks to ProPride, that didn't happen.
My wife is comfortable towing because it feels no different than just driving. I am so glad I spent the money to get the best hitch on the market today. It is worth every penny, I know from my experience. If you are on the fence, learn from my experience. Get a ProPride today! Thank you ProPride. Thank you Sean for making a top quality product and for all your help.
Posted by Bill Baker on 18th May 2016
As the title suggests, this is my second propride. And, yes I would do it again.
Great customer support, the product works....it works.
My first hitch went with my Airstream 30SO and my 3/4 ton GMC Duramax. When those left, as sad as it was, we since downsized to a GMC 1500 and an airstream 27FB. This trailer came with the standard Easy Lift hitch which I used for a couple of years. While this was ok, I had some uncomfortable moments in some heavy winds and the downhills were not so fun. The capacity and towing margin with the current vehicle was much less than with the earlier combination so pulled the trigger and ordered the new hitch. Again, glad I did. The assembly went just as planned but because of the tighter margins, I have spent more time zeroing the unit in to the trailer and the truck. Very good help by Sean which helps in clarifying just what is important.
Would I do it again, you bet....
Posted by Jack Brooks on 11th May 2016
Just finished my first road trip pulling my 25' Airstream with a 1500 Silverado. 30mph side winds lots of trucks and construction on I26 no problem. Very easy to hook up. Keep up the good work.
Posted by Don Hohn on 10th May 2016
OMG... what a difference a hitch makes. The reason I purchased this is because I always white knuckled the steering wheel going down the road. Now I'm pretty calm when I drive, it is so much a better experience when the trailer doesn't sway. I mean, zero sway.... Well worth the price. A bonus feature is the easy hook and unhook. I do have a reverse camera with zoom feature, which helps greatly. We have a 32' KZ with 3 slide outs and I pull it with a 2015 F-150 with Max trailer tow package.
Posted by Jim on 4th May 2016
We've been so pleased with the performance of our 3P hitch (purchased 3 years ago) that we bought our daughter one when she decided to buy her fist trailer. She is currently out on her 1st RV trip and loves the towing experience!
Posted by Chuck on 26th Apr 2016
I have had almost 2,000 miles of towing my 31 ft Keystone Cougar with a 2014 Toyota Tundra. It moves smoothly along the interstate and the trucks do not effect it one bit. It's amazing! The Hitch up process is so quick and easy with a back up camera. Grasping the unhitching process took a little longer, but it gets smoother each time with practice. Using a tape measure to check the height of the bar off the ground immediately after backing the hitch bar in the trailer receiver gives a closer reference point when it's time to unhitch. Watching the gap on the bar and of course the head movement all add up to a pretty smooth unhitching.
Posted by Unknown on 20th Apr 2016
Installed the Propride 3P last weekend. Even though I only have a 25ft Radiance trailer, I was experiencing a good bit of sway with the previous anti-sway system. We went on our first trip and the sway is GONE. Even at 65mph with crosswinds and tractor trailers passing. VERY impressed so far. I also felt less bounce. It might be just me, but it seems easier to back the trailer up as well. Installation went well by following the directions. Sean is great support and answered all my questions. Thank you Sean!
Posted by Alan in Houston, TX on 19th Apr 2016
Great experience with the 3P and using the heavier 1400 bars on the LX570. The airstream tows and tracks easily and feels very safe. We tow at 70mph or below and it handles very well. Still need to hit the CAT scales to precisely set the front axle load, but I believe its close based on tape measurement. We learned to avoid using an impact drill to crank the jacks (and instead use only a regular drill) as I sheared a roll pin in the top gear of the jack upon using an impact drill. I was able to easily replace the roll pin without a problem. Overall very happy with the ProPride set up and view it as a "home run."
Posted by Tom C on 18th Mar 2016
I just finished installing my new ProPride hitch and everything went pretty much like the instructions described. There were 2 extra plates not in the instructions, Sean returned my call within 15 minutes and verified that the plates were for the WD jacks.
The only mods I had to to to my Jayco Feather was to move the propane tank plate an inch or so forward so the cover would fit and move the emergency brake switch back about an inch.
The packaging was excellent and the quality of the different pieces was 1st class!
We're going to take it for a ride next week,can't wait.
Posted by Rick Heiniger on 20th Feb 2016
Just took delivery of our 2016 Airstream 30' International this week. Dealer installed and set the Pro Pride Hitch. We tow with a 2013 Mercedes GL350. Trip home was 267 miles mostly of Interstate. Weather was beautiful other than we had 30 to 40 mph winds gusting 90 degrees on our port side the last half of the trip. RV's and even trucks were pulling off the road some having trouble staying off the rumble strip. I considered pulling off on principle alone. This was our first day on the road with a new trailer and I didn't anticipate having this cross wind. But we didn't feel in any danger so continued and we arrived just fine. I believe the cross wind performance was primarily due to the hitch, and of course the Airstream is forgiving in wind anyway. But many thanks to the ingenuity of design of Pro Pride. Rick
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