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Question for Pullrite Superglide owners

I have a 2013 3500 Duramax with a 6'6" bed. Last year I purchased a used superglide to tow my toy hauler. The hitch was supposedly only used a couple of times as the previous owner had a seasonal site. One thing I have noticed is there seems to be quite a bit of play between the hitch and the kingpin when hooked up. When I accelerate, I get a loud clunk while feeling the TH slide back a bit. The same thing happens when braking hard. I sometimes get a double clunk when accelerating and turning at an intersection. I am wondering if this is from the hitch head pivoting back and forth. Is this normal, or does it sound like my hitch has more slop in it than normal?
mrad 08/03/22 11:37pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Superglide Clean bed rails

Thanks for the reply. Now that I think of it. 1 1/2 inches is probably a bit high. it's about a finger width. I just pulled a ruler out and my finger width is probably about a 1/2". Not sure why I could not get my pic to post.
mrad 05/27/22 06:15am Fifth-Wheels
Superglide Clean bed rails

Today was the first time putting in my Superglide clean bed rails. I have about an inch to inch and a half gap between the rails and the bed when I slide the pin through the floor mounts. Is this normal, or should they be resting on the bed? I did not pay close enough attention when I took it out last fall. file:///Users/mikerademacher/Desktop/IMG_3258.jpg
mrad 05/26/22 06:01pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Anyone use a battery operated blower?

Not a bad plan if the mower works for you. I replaced my gas push mower with an electric and love it. The electric is half the weight of the gas powered one and does a great job. The only place the gas was better was if I let the grass get really high. The electric has to work harder and it is slower going. It still cuts it, just takes longer. Then there is the added benefit of not having to get gas before mowing and having the smell in the shed. We mow about 4 acres with a commercial mower. the push is only for up close to the house where we like to keep it a little shorter and better groomed. I think we use it more for exercise than anything as it sometimes turns into a battle between me and my wife over who gets to use the push mower. This past year we used an old reel mower but found too many little twigs for that
mrad 11/20/21 07:10am Tech Issues
RE: Anyone use a battery operated blower?

Thanks for the advice. Our gas push mower and weed whip also need replacing. I'm thinking of getting the GreenWorks 3 pack, mower, weed whip and blower for around $800. I would then have two 60V 4 amp hour batteries and two 2.5 amp hour batteries.
mrad 11/19/21 12:43am Tech Issues
Anyone use a battery operated blower?

I am wanting to buy a battery-operated blower to blow debris off my slideouts before bringing them in. I am curious as to how many out there are using one of these. I am also curious as to how many have a larger volume blower (350+ cfm) to use for yard work also. We have Milwaukee 18V tools with a couple of 3 amp hour batteries. I can get a Milwaukee 18V blower that puts put 450 CFM for $149. I know this would be overkill for bowing off the slideouts but would come in handy for blowing snow off cars in the winter and short bursts of blowing leaves off the patio when we don't want to start the gas backpack blower. My concern is the battery life as well as the durability of the tool. I have read some bad reviews on the Milwaukee's on their longevity. Curious as to the opinions on those who have used these for both blowing off slideouts and using them for light yard work.
mrad 11/17/21 09:42pm Tech Issues
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