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Old 07-02-2003, 01:23 PM
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Sounds good Doug I wonder who sales them, I might have to check them out.
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http://www.pullrite.com/

I seen one of these on a Ram at a campground in Waynesboro VA and talked to the owner. He said he really liked it. He said he was on vacation and had a problem with some wear on one of the cams or something,,,, the company overnighted the part to the nearest RV dealer and they sent a guy out to the campground to install it. He was really impressed with their customer service. ;D

They are rather pricey though!
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Thanks again Dennis, $15 to $18 hundred YIKES is that right?
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Chuck, I went over to Motor Sportsland today and looked at the PullRite super glide. Pretty slick unit, but does look awful expnesive.<br><br>Congrats on the new purchase.
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Thanks Bart, I can't wait to take that baby out. We are heading to Yellowstone for the 24th.
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Have fun up in Yellowstone. The 24th is always their busiest week of the year, so it'll be crowded. We always headquarter in West Yellowstone because of lack of facilites, especially for larger trailers, inside the park. I think there's only one camp gorund, inside, with full hookups. Stay at the West Yellowstone RV Park at the west entrance to town. They only have 8 stalls but are half the price of any place else.<br><br>If you get a chance and have never done it before, I suggest you go over to Cook City at the northeast entrance and take the &quot;top of the world&quot; drive thru the Bear Tooth mountains over to Red Lodge. I guarantee it's as impressive as anything you'll see in the park. <br><br>If Rocky Mountain National Park is good enough to be called a national park, heaven only knows what &quot;top of the world&quot; drive qualifies for.<br><br>
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You are talking about my part of the world. Thats the area that I grew up in. Lived in Big Timber, but got to know the Livingston, Billings, Red Lodge area real good. Lots of years ago, but I would go back in half a second. Enjoy the trip and maybe just once tip something cool for me.<br>Ed
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Thanks for the info Bart, been over Beartooth several times very beautiful area I love it. This will be our 18th trip to Yellowstone, have been going there every year since 1986.<br> We have stayed at the Grizzly Rv park the last few years, it is pricey tho. Stayed in Red Lodge a few times when we were Motel n it.<br> You got it Ed.
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Well I picked up the new 5th yesterday. Tows real nice not much difference than the old TT far as wt .<br> I got lots of clearance between the bed and overhang, must be 8 to 10 inches I did not measure it but it looks at least that.<br> Can't wait to take it out.
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I picked up my 2004 Cougar 286 EFS on July 1st. I had a Mallard 24J TT prior. This weekend I took the family up to Cherokee,NC this weekend. The Cougar pulls like a dream. I got better MPG pulling the 5th wheel than I got prior in the travel trailer. The only problems with the camper was leakage from the bottom of the stand-up shower. Went to hardware store in Cherokee and fixed it. Other than that I have had no problems. I checked all of my plumbing fittings and all were tight. The receiver that I went with was a 16k reese sliding hitch. I left it in the forward tow position the whole time in the mountains. Some 5th wheel designs may not be so forgiving with short beds. But the cougars are great. The family and I love our cougar...

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Thats great news Wolfpack and congrats on the new unit. 8)
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