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Old 07-14-2016, 12:44 AM   #1
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Tri Glide hitch

Someone posted they would get rid of their Tri Glide for the price of shipping, can't find the post now, but I've got someone interested if you'll pm me please.
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Old 07-14-2016, 01:31 AM   #2
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Someone posted they would get rid of their Tri Glide for the price of shipping, can't find the post now, but I've got someone interested if you'll pm me please.
It was me.... PM sent
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Old 07-14-2016, 01:53 AM   #3
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There will be another one right after the Rally. Changing to a MorRyde Pinbox and a Comfortride hitch.

Will also have a Reese 25k Elite for the Ford puck system for sale very reasonably too.
Nothing wrong with either, just am upgrading.
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Ok, Thanks!
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Old 07-20-2016, 06:21 PM   #5
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How much air pressure are all of you running in your pin box air bags. Does lining up the arrow on the front work for you
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How much air pressure are all of you running in your pin box air bags. Does lining up the arrow on the front work for you
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I have found that 60psi works for me. that was mostly because of my ride height.. Now that I am level with the help of the IS that psi may change, depending on the ride of the flex air... I was trying to fine tune it to get rid of the bang . . .
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I am looking for a starting point. My pin weight is 4220
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Old 07-20-2016, 07:35 PM   #8
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I found the arrows on our 38gk left the bag WAY too hard... they wouldn't MOVE

but better to start too hard and you can always let air out so that it moves easily and absorbs the bumps instead of transferring it to the hitch and bed...
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In Quartzsite, I was told by a guy that said he was the inventor, the pin plate should be level when hookup. The pressure it takes do that is the correct pressure for your RV.

I do that and 45 PSI works for us.

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I have been playing with the PSI for a while and found that for us 60-65PSI works best. anything below 60 and I get a bang every so often. I am about 1/2" above the arrows at 65PSI.
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I set mine at 72 before I hook up & that's been the sweet spot. I know it says to adjust the air with it hooked up, but it's a big PITA then & I don't want to extend the air chuck.
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Thanks all of you for the info
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I keep mine about 60 to 70, but since I had new pin box installed due to damage coming back from paint shop. I am noticing a bump on take off from a stand still and then again when making stop... Anyone else have that problem?
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Well just finished a 500 mile day. Started the airbag at 70 psi and was terrible over bridge joints.finally settled at 90 psi and is perfect. Also had to air the truck bags up to 50 from the usual 40psi. I will still have to tweak it some more as it is still not where I want it
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Has anyone besides me noticed terrible chucking and bucking on Interstate 20 both sides of I-20 between Ft Worth and Terrell and Terrell and Canton.
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Royce it's been that way as long as I can remember, it about makes you sick with all the whoop-tee-doos.
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I was just wondering. We have tried all different speeds and different air bag settings on the tri-glide and air bags on the truck. It's so bad Rachel gets extremely bad headaches and messes up her eye sight as well as sick at her stomach. Guess we are going to have to find a way to go around. It's hard to believe the state can't make a more level highway. I have noticed it is not much better for cars either; they are in the air as much as they are on the road surface.
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I've been of the opinion to post the company names and names of the managers on the sections of road they did so we can personally let them know how well we like their work

Continue on I-20 and in Shreveport and then Monroe La - we left the ground a couple of times within their city limits
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I had a tri-glide. Anyone with a tri-glide should contact Lippert for a replacement.
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Pete Who did you talk to at Lippert and what was wrong with your tri-glide
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