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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 Robert Martinez on 28th May 2015
The installation was about 3 hours spread over a week or so. I pulled with the hitch over the weekend in heavy winds thru several canyons with wind socks pointing straight out. I felt only a slight push with No trailer sway at all.
I tow with a GMC Sierra All Terrain, 6.2L engine, crew cab. My trailer is made by KZ, 26 foot box Spree, Kitchen in the back.
The Equalizer Hitch that came with my trailer is no match for the ProPride 3P. Great investment in my family's safety.
Posted by Gary Haynes on 8th May 2015
This is my second ProPride. This one is on a 2015 Airstream Classic. Setup was easy, did the install myself. Only issue was I needed shorter set bolts for the the jacks, supplied bolts were to long. Battery box interfered and changed to 2.5" bolts and remainder of setup was fine.
It was easy to dial in the jack adjustment. Checked the setup by doing a couple of passes over the truck stop CAT scales and ballpark settings were spot on.
Tows like the trailer is welded to the back of my GMC Sierra 2500 Duramax.
If you want the best and only buy one time then the 3P from ProPride is the WD Hitch to buy.
Posted by Jeremy on 7th May 2015
First trailer, first hitch. I figured I'd learn from others, research as much as I could and go with the best. This brought me to the ProPride 3P hitch. Installation was very straightforward and easy if you have any kind of mechanical inclination, it took me a very comfortable 5 hours (including breaking for lunch). Hitching and unhitching is a bit of a learning curve, but once you've done it a few times, it's quite easy. I have only towed it around town, but I made sure to take it on the freeway on a windy day where there were gusts up to 90 Km/h (Approx. 56 MPH for my American friends). It towed exactly as advertised. For those of you who don't want to put a price on your family's safety. this is the hitch for you.
Posted by Tom on 26th Apr 2015
So I did a ton of research on hitches for about 2 months. What I really looked for where people who had say the equalizer hitch and then went to the propride hitch. People raved about how different they were. Sean's customer service is above and beyond and we are very appreciative on this. To bad other companies don't take a page from Sean's book. We drove our camper home last night with the new hitch and it was great. It did take some time to get used to how to unhook the hitch but we got it and learned the trick. We are very satisfied we made this choice. Thank you Sean for your help.
Posted by Rod & Jane Severns on 23rd Apr 2015
Before we purchased our first Airstream, we researched everything including the hitch system. We pulled our new (to us) unit 750 miles home using a hitch that came with the trailer, and knew that we wanted to get something better. We ordered a ProPride, pulled with it for several thousand miles and can't say enough good about it, but the best way to describe it is "you don't feel wore out after a day of pulling". We just purchased a new Airstream, and ordered a new ProPride for it.
Posted by Al Shauers on 18th Apr 2015
This hitch certainly does everything it says. Install was a little challenging and am having some issues with the jack towers staying put but Shawn is sending new ones and some frame shims to take care of the problem. In the meantime I reinstalled my snap brakets and chains for use with the equalizer bars and tried it out. I am towing a 2010 Komfort 281TS with a 2003 Excursion that I added two leafs to rear springs and air bags with an easy lift and two sway control bars to try and make it better. Should have bought this hitch long ago. Still have to get the hooking up and unhooking mastered though. I really think the Excursion handles better with the trailer in tow than by itself.
Thanks for making towing pleasurable again,
Posted by Victor H on 7th Apr 2015
We had the hitch fitted last Tuesday March 30th to our new Evergreen i-Go 235B pulled by our Jeep GC Ltd 3.0 Diesel. The reason I went with the ProPride 3P is that the Jeep has a relatively short wheelbase and I did not want to experience the "Tail wagging the dog" scenario. It took the dealer more time to fit and setup compared to what they had done with other hitches. The installer took a test the comment was "wow, this works well". We then set off for a campsite about 20miles away for two nights. On the way home we had to cross a fairly long bridge across the Susquehanna river and there was a still breeze at 90 degrees to our travel. On top of that a couple of 18 wheelers blasted by us. The whole setup was very stable and I hardly felt the wash from the 18 wheelers and the effect of the wind was hardly felt. The rip home was ~80 miles and I felt very comfortable and in control. It was so stable that my wife dozed quite a bit of the way home on I-83. I had a few challenges with unhitching and hitching but have it worked out now after a small adjustment. Next step is to build an adapter to be used with the ProPride 3P for moving the trailer in the storage lot using their tractor. The summary is after our 1st experience pulling a TT with none of the expected "white knuckles" and completely relaxed after the trip.
Thank you Sean and ProPride!
Posted by Tom Squires on 26th Mar 2015
I purchsed the Propride 3 for my 29' travel trailer. After two trips on I95 there was no sway. I was shocked when I did not notice that tractor trailers were passing me. Traveling 65-70 mph pulls like a dream. I couldnt be happier. Sean gave me awesome customer service 24/7. My wife said money well spent.
Posted by Will McGraw on 17th Mar 2015
Purchased and installed the 3P 1400 last year around march. It's installed on a 36' Forest River Lacrosse which weighs in at 10K LBS loaded up and with water on a CAT scale. I am pulling with a 2012 5.7L Toyota Tundra with a 4.30 rear end. We have gone from Springfield Oh. to Pigeon Forge TN. a few times and also to Gettysburg PA. once. Both trips were relaxing and stress free. This wonderful hitch system does exactly what it claims too. If you have any mechanical skills at all installation is easy. I find hitching and unhitching to be a breeze also. I use a cordless drill to run up the jacks to a paint mark at 7-1/2" to tension the weight distribution bars. This keeps the front of the truck at the exact height it was unhitched. Before the 3P I used a Reese dual cam
weight dis. hitch which got me to TN. once but it wasn't fun as I had to run 55mph the whole way because of wind induced sway. I run 75mph easy now. If there is wind the whole setup feels like one unit and there isn't any back and forth movement from the trailer. I read all the reviews and watched all the videos before I purchased the 3P and it sounded to good to be true. I was ready to trade for a medium size fifth wheel but thought I would give this a try first, and I'm glad I did. Thank you ProPride for making a great product! Will
Posted by Bill Hawkins on 5th Mar 2015
We purchased a ProPride Hitch 3/14 and have towed our new Vantage Trailer 12,000 miles since. WHat a pleasure it is to hookup and unhook. Practically a no brainier and when you are traveling you hardly know you have a trailer hitched behind you. Sway is almost eliminated. The hitch is heavy and a little hard to install, with some modifications to the trailer, battery boxes had to be moved a small amount and propane bottles moved slightly back, but after the hitch is installed you are home free and off to a very pleasurable trip. I confess that I have towed this trailer at 70 mph and when you pass trucks you do not notice any wind sway, as was before installing ProPride. Overall the best investment you can make.
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