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Old 03-23-2014, 10:57 PM   #1
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Tri-Glide Air Pin Box

After 4 months got my unit back from having end caps repainted and some other minor work.They also said my progressive protector was the cause of my electrical problems Loose wire in transfer box and screw that tightens that wire is supposedly striped and they can't get it out....But my real question is Has anyone had a Tri glied bent and warped during any of your travels...They sere supposed to replace the air bag for the second time on my Tri Glide but when the unit came back from painting they said the unit torked and bent while being brought from the street to the yard by the fork lift...They didn't say anything about it until I asked when picking my unit up. They also said that I would like the new pin box better because it wasn't able to make all of those motions that the Tri glide is supposed to be famous for?????Any thoughts...I know I paid extra for this unit when ordering.
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Old 03-24-2014, 01:46 AM   #2
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Royce - sounds like they may be selling you a regular Trailair without the bottom plate. I don't think I would settle for that, as you bought the full tri-glide. I love mine.

Heard from David? He doesn't answer any of my emails anymore, so I pretty much scratched from my 5 friend list I'm getting my service work done here in Colorado.
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Old 03-24-2014, 04:18 AM   #3
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After 4 months got my unit back from having end caps repainted and some other minor work.They also said my progressive protector was the cause of my electrical problems Loose wire in transfer box and screw that tightens that wire is supposedly striped and they can't get it out....But my real question is Has anyone had a Tri glied bent and warped during any of your travels...They sere supposed to replace the air bag for the second time on my Tri Glide but when the unit came back from painting they said the unit torked and bent while being brought from the street to the yard by the fork lift...They didn't say anything about it until I asked when picking my unit up. They also said that I would like the new pin box better because it wasn't able to make all of those motions that the Tri glide is supposed to be famous for?????Any thoughts...I know I paid extra for this unit when ordering.

Hey Royce, nice to hear from you again partner. Stick with the tri-glide! They must have messed yours up with the forklift. If you want the regular hitch, I've got one sitting behind my garage and I'll sell the thing cheep.
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Old 03-24-2014, 01:34 PM   #4
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Hey there Royce, ole' storage buddy !

We were just by the storage area yesterday doing the greasing of the tri glide and other prep for our next trip and my DW was asking if I'd talked to you lately... good to hear from ya !

Wow, four months - that's a long time to be in the shop ! Sounds like there's a business opportunity for the North Texas area as all the shops I've been to have had many parked rv's awaiting service
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