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slider hitch for 2010 F350. Need a 2" ball on a slider hitch for my new truck. It has a 2.5" opening on the receiver side so need a good hitch for that receiver...
 

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I like the rapid hitch. And then get the reducer piece to get your receiver down to the 2.0 inch opening! Its just at strong at a 2.5 opening and the rapid hitch is good to 10k.
 

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Rapid hitch all the way. The B&W is a good set up as well but, I prefer the Rapid because it has less pins and less slop in it. Rapid has two pins, B&W (at least the one I have) has four pins. Rapid is just a cleaner set up of the two.

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This is the one I bought, Its has all internal lock pins so you dont have to keep up with seperate pins like the rapid hitch.

 

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I got a rapid hitch and love it. It's a great hitch.
 

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This is what I use. http://www.turnoverball.com/tow.asp
I have the 6in drop Tri-Ball and it is the best. I would not trade it for any receiver hitch EVER. It may not be the prettyist but I bet works better than others.
Just my .02s B&W is an awesome company too.
 

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This is what I use. http://www.turnoverball.com/tow.asp
I have the 6in drop Tri-Ball and it is the best. I would not trade it for any receiver hitch EVER. It may not be the prettyist but I bet works better than others.
Just my .02s B&W is an awesome company too.
This is what I have and I LOVE IT!!!!
 

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The only thing I see better about that B&W is having all 3 ball sizes. My Rapid Hitch is great. Aluminum is much better than steel IMO, no rusting and I could even polish it out if I wanted to, unlike powdercoat.
 
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