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Posted on Wednesday, October 13th, 2010 at 4:43 pm.
ProPride Hitch is the manufacturer of the ProPride 3P Trailer Sway Control Hitch. This Premier Hitch is the ultimate in trailer sway elimination. Anyone who has owned or driven a trailer knows what it’s like trying to stabilize the nearly uncontrollable beast that sways behind you. We want to offer you a solution that we have developed and believe in, the ProPride 3P Hitch. We believe in it so much that it is backed by a lifetime warranty and our 100% satisfaction guarantee. You have nothing to lose except maybe trailer sway, so shop online now at www.propridehitch.com and find yourself in complete control of your trailer.
Posted on Saturday, October 9th, 2010 at 11:54 pm.
X chocks safely lock up your wheels so you will be rest assured that no mishaps will occur. Pro Pride Hitch offers X Chocks in a set of two for only $71. Stabilize your RV wheels with the best, visit www.propridehitch.com, to take a look at quality affordable hitching products.
Posted on Thursday, September 30th, 2010 at 11:05 pm.
Did your last trip pulling a trailer end up in a adrenaline rush due to trailer sway? The people at Pro Pride Hitch know just how you are feeling. We understand that this is a terrifying experience. This is why we have provided you with a website full of great information about trailer sway and quality products that stop it. We are here for you, whether it be to hear your stories or to help to never have that experience again. Visit our website today, www.propridehitch.com.
Posted on Thursday, September 30th, 2010 at 11:05 am.
The way you load the trailer can determine how easy it will be to tow it. While loading, keep in mind that the tongue weight should be 10% to 15% of the overall trailer weight. One of the most common causes of trailer sway is not having a large enough percentage of trailer tongue weight compared to gross trailer weight. For quality hitching products and accessories visit www.propridehitch.com.
Posted on Tuesday, September 28th, 2010 at 10:37 pm.
If you own a trailer, then you know exactly what terrifying experiences can come with a poor hitch and trailer sway. Big semi trucks, strong winds and curvy roads are just a few examples of cases in which an accident can be waiting around the corner. With the ProPride 3P hitch, you will never have to worry about any of these things affecting your trailer. The ProPride 3P hitch is constructed with careful attention to detail made of solid steel, with durable design and construction. For more information about the ProPride 3P Hitch visit www.propridehitch.com.
Posted on Monday, September 27th, 2010 at 9:30 pm.
ProPride Hitch is known for great customer service and in depth knowledge about trailer sway. Here are a couple of pointers to use when you are planning to tow:
- When you pull a trailer, you have to drive differently. Do not slam on the brakes when the trailer starts swaying. Instead, lift the foot off the gas and maintain steady control until you can come to a complete stop and investigate the cause of the sway.
- Drive at slower speeds while towing a trailer and avoid making any sudden stops.
- Allow for extra time when switching lanes, stopping, or passing other vehicles.
- Crosswinds and winds from passing trucks can affect towing. If this happens, take your foot off the gas and maintain steady control until the swaying stops.
For more information about trailer sway or to purchase itmes to stop trailer sway visit www.propridehitch.com.
Posted on Sunday, September 26th, 2010 at 12:52 am.
Trailer sway often happens if your hitch is not set correctly or the weight in your trailer is incorrectly distributed. Constantly monitoring your mirrors and always be on the alert for large trucks passing can assist you in being prepared.When being passed by a large truck, keep both hands on the wheel and maintain your speed. When you find yourself in the situation where the trailer behind you developes a sway for whatever reason, the main thing to remember is don’t panic. Quick controlled response is important, but do not react suddenly. The people at ProPride Hitch is dedicated to providing you with knowledge on how to prevent sway and quality products that reduce sway. For more information about Propride Hitch and the services they provide visit www.propridehitch.com.
Posted on Saturday, September 25th, 2010 at 1:57 pm.
Give the gift of trailer hauling peace of mind. For that one person in your life that is the adventuree and loves to haul his trailer every weekend, give him the perfect gift. At ProPride Hitch, you can find anything that has to do with hauling. Among quality hauling products they also have accesories such as grills, camping chairs, etc. For more information about purchasing a gift card from ProPride Hitch, visit www.propridehitch.com.
Posted on Friday, September 24th, 2010 at 1:19 pm.
Most states require drivers to equip their trailers with brakes and devices known as brake controllers. When a driver presses on the brake pedal in his truck, the brake controller lets the trailer’s brake system know how much braking power is needed to stop the trailer. The people at ProPride Hitch can answer any questions you have about brake controllers or trailer sway or pretty much anything about hauling. For more information about ProPride Hitch, or to veiw the brake controllers they have in stock, visit www.propridehitch.com.
Posted on Thursday, September 23rd, 2010 at 1:03 pm.
A Tire-pressure monitoring system (TPMS) is an electronic system designed to monitor air pressure inside the pneumatic tires on different types of vehicles. The system is sometimes referred to as a tire-pressure indication system (TPIS). These systems report real-time tire-pressure information to the driver of the vehicle, either through a gauge, a pictogram display, or a simple low-pressure warning light. ProPride Hitch is a knowledge company that specializines in anything to do with hauling. They provide quality tire pressure monitoring systems among other hauling products. For more information about ProPride Hitch, visit www.propridehitch.com.