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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 on 12th Jan 2015
I love this hitch I have been towing a 36 foot travel trailer for 2 years and always worried about towing on long trips. My first trip with the Propride 3p was 600 miles down interstate 81 with a 20 mph wind and I must say what a great experience it was to tow return trip was even better with my new 37 ft trailer I must its nice not to have your hands locked to the steering wheel. LOVE THIS HITCH
Posted by Ryan on 3rd Jan 2015
To be clear I have towed just about every kind of crazy load that you can think of and I was driving a trailer before I had my license. With that said nothing really bothers me when it comes to towing except the toy hauler I own. Prior to buying the ProPride hitch I tried everything, bought a weight distributing hitch, even though I was towing with a one ton and had never used one, moved the load around inside the trailer, bought a tongue scale to make sure everything was just so. Nothing and I mean nothing kept that trailer from swaying. If you drove on the lousy roads here in California it would catch a groove in the road and just take off and if a semi came up on you watch out as well. The weight distributing hitch helped but still it was an unpleasant ride to say the least. On hand on the steering wheel and one on the brake controller. I can confidently say at this point driving just over a 1000 miles with the Pro Pride Hitch this thing is amazing! No sway, no dancing all over the road, no movement when others pass you or you pass them. There should be a requirement that this hitch is sold with every bumper pull toy hauler or travel trailer for the safety of the towing vehicle, others on the road and the overall piece of mind for the driver. It seems expensive but after one trip it will be worth every penny. Just think, truck $50,000, trailer $30,000, toys $30,000 and most importantly people, priceless. This is why I bought it and boy am I glad I did.
Posted by JF on 29th Sep 2014
If you are buying a travel trailer that is close to the limit of your tow vehicle and you want zero sway (yes, believe it, zero), this is the trailer hitch for you. The install can be involved if you require a lot of re-locate, however once installed, this is truly a beast of a hitch. We tow a 36ft travel trailer with a 2013 F-150 Screw 4x4 Platinum Ecoboost. I am at max payload capacity and even then, **in complete control**. You have to remind yourself to slow down how smooth it is. Sean is great to dial it in and available for questions (which make this purchase even better).
Posted by Dennis on 24th Sep 2014
I was not going to spend this kind of money on a Hitch, we were looking to sell our trailer and down size to a 24 foot or by a air stream that is very expensive until a friend installed one on his trailer that I haven't talk or seen in a long time. He told me that it was the best thing he ever did, so I bought one and he and I installed it, it did take about 6 hours to install and I even had his help that has done it before. Anyway our first trip was excellent, all the difference in the world, I was able to travel down the interstate, where before I always had to take the back roads because of slow speed and big rigs couldn't pass me, now I can travel up to 70 MPH and when big rigs pass me it is a dream. It is a little trickier on hooking up now but you just have to get used to it. If you are going to RV a lot in your travel trailer, BUY IT, It is also a safety factor for you and your family, you will be happy.
Posted by Rich Todaro on 16th Sep 2014
I am new to camping. My wife and I first pulled a 26 foot long travel trailer with a Husky anti-sway bar and weight hitch to Ohio from St. Louis. Every time a 18 wheeler would go by it would scare the crap out of us as it would push us all over the road. I decided to step up to the ProPride hitch. I then took my family on a 10,000 mile 47 road trip from STL to Canada - This hitch is AWESOME. Very little if any sway through the mountains and through the deserts. I would highly recommend this hitch to anyone. What is $2k on a 20-100k trailer, when it comes to safety???? Buy the hitch!!
Posted by Joe Posby on 16th Sep 2014
Recently puchased this for a Chevrolet Kodiak to pull our delivery trailer.
It just got back from delivering a Corvette to Florida. The feedback was.....
AWESOME!! The truck pulled and the trailer followed.... FLAWLESSLY!
Transaction thru Sean in the purchase can also be described in the same manner...Awesome & Flawlwss!
Posted by Unknown on 11th Aug 2014
We recently purchased a new 34-foot Open Range travel trailer. I installed our ProPride hitch on the trailer at the dealer.The installation process was relatively easy and the instructions clear and easy to follow. The hitch worked exactly as promised. We have absolutely NO trailer sway. Could almost forget the trailer was back there. I am completely satisfied with this product and highly recommend it.
Posted by Wayne Ludeman on 7th Aug 2014
We recently purchased a used 23-foot Airstream travel trailer. Needed to tow it from Boise, Idaho back to our home in Indiana (1,800 miles). My wife and I (both over 65 years old) installed our ProPride hitch at the trailer's location in Idaho. The installation process was relatively easy and the instructions clear and easy to follow. The hitch worked exactly as promised during our trip back to Indiana. We had absolutely NO trailer sway. Could almost forget the trailer was back there. I am completely satisfied with this product and highly recommend it.
Posted by Kevin C. on 5th Aug 2014
Over the last couple of decades using the internet I have become very skeptical about claims made on various products. It is easy for a site operator to "stack" the reviews on a product or create the reviews themselves making a product look much better than it is. However, this is NOT the case with the ProPride hitch...
After about a year of reading reviews, watching the videos and thinking about it, I finally broke down and purchased the ProPride 3P-1000 hitch. Since I live only a short distance away I had arraigned with Sean to save on the delivery charges and pick it up myself. Sean, a very friendly man, was there at the time promised and helped me load the hitch in my truck. I had forgotten to order the extension kit for the hitch, Sean helpfully set me up with one and told me not to worry about paying for it at the time...he would bill me later.
All told I spent about 5 hours installing the hitch, my wife did help a bit at times since I found the extra set of hands to be helpful.
About a week later, we set off on our first trip out with the new hitch attached to out 32 ft, 8000 lb trailer. I was still skeptical about the claims made about the hitch when we first set out....30 miles later I was convinced everything I had read was true and I had made a wise investment. Compared to the conventional hitch and friction sway bar I had used in the past the ProPride was simply amazing. When the claim is made that that this hitch eliminates sway it is nothing but the absolute truth. As I told my wife, once I am up to speed on the expressway, I can no longer "feel" the trailer behind my truck..it's rock solid and steady.
I have now towed 5 times with the ProPride and I couldn't be happier with it. Semi's, other trailers and wind are no longer a concern...I am much more relaxed when towing now than I have ever been in the past. Hitching up was a bit of a challenge at first but my wife and I have gotten much better at it and it's a breeze now.
I regret not purchasing the ProPride a year ago when I first ran across it. It performs as is claimed and you can believe the reviews you read about it. As for the cost, it's worth every penny once you consider the investment you have in your tow vehicle and trailer. Sean was very helpful with all questions I had and I have no hesitation about purchasing from him in the future.
Posted by Unknown on 8th Jul 2014
This hitch is everything you've read about it. I just got back from a 200 mile camping trip without issues. I have towed 3 RVs and a boat over the years before I invested in this hitch. I am going to Yellowstone (from the East Coast) next year and I just wanted the peace of mind. There is no sway, other than movement consistent with the truck's movement. The two items that might make this a 4.5 stars are the install - 5 hours over 2 days, I had every footnote install issue in the manual and I used to be an auto technician. The second issue is the 3/4" bolts on the yoke hardware. No person can reasonably tighten to 250 ft/lbs by hand, and one of those bolts did loosen slightly after the first 100 miles. Note to Sean, maybe your mechanical engineer should investigate a nylock nut or Loctite. I feel the investment is justified.
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