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Old 03-31-2011, 06:14 AM   #11
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It is 96" wide and with the pin box on my 31.5 the pin is almost even with the front.
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Old 04-01-2011, 04:54 PM   #12
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thanks hammer. i just bought a 15k pullrite superglide, since I have a shortbed. I think the pin box is a reese revolution? do you know what capture plate is needed by chance? take care.
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I to have the reese revolution on my 5er. It was designed for short box trucks so you don't need a glider hitch. So in your case with a glider the revolution will need to be bolted solid so the glider will work properly. I have a long box so I don't have clearance issues. As far as the capture plate goes I can't help you as I don't require one with my setup.
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I also have a 2011 30.5 RLS I currently have a manual slide hitch.I was thinking about the super glide but was wondering about the capture plate.Sounds like it might not be worth the hassle.If you could post some pics so I could see how this works I would greatly appreciate it. THANKS
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