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Old 12-14-2015, 02:14 PM   #1
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SuperGlide - Orignal or ISR Model?

I posted this in another thread but it got buried.

After talking with Pullrite, they are recommending that I go with the ISR Superglide #2900 which requires Industy Standard Rails. The reason being is that it's expected that in 3-5 years when I upgrade my TV the custom rails won't be available. Sales of custom rails continue to decline and eventually won't be made available because of cost. The issue I have is the #2900 height is 6" taller and would put it about 56" from the ground. The Jayco dealer is telling me the MORryde pin box on the Eagle 323LKTS is about 48 1/2" from the ground. This is 7 1/2" difference except for squat, I'm thinking this is too much. Then on the other hand if you go with a hitch too low you risk hitting your bed rails of your box with the pin box. I'm not sure what can be done but then I can't be the first in this position. I'm not liking the nose high. With the bedroom A/C I'll be over the 13' 6" Interstate standards.

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Old 12-14-2015, 05:59 PM   #2
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In truth I had to go back to a Pullrite site to determine what I had. I have the 16000 lb. ISR model that is on industry standard rails that is in a 2011 Ford F250 truck. The trailer runs very flat with ample clearance on the bed rails. Guess I got luck because I just ordered it on line and it turned out to be perfect from the standpoint of fifth wheel height and bed rail clearance. The trailer is a Jayco 31.5 RLTS.

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Old 12-14-2015, 08:58 PM   #3
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We have an 18k Pullrite on standard rails. Rides slightly nose high but no biggee, and we pull one of those "monster" 40 footers. Overpasses are not a problem but we do have to be careful at gas stations with the high roofs over the pump islands. Been real close a couple of times. Towed with an srw 2013 Ram 3500.
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2014 Jayco Eagle Premier 351 RSTS, Mor/Ryde Suspension and Pin Box, 17.5" wheel upgrade, 18k Pull Rite hitch.
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Old 12-15-2015, 09:25 PM   #4
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Anyone using the Pullrite Superglide #2900 in a newer Silverado 2500HD and have issues with towing with a high nose? How high?
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