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ProPride 3P Trailer Sway Control Hitch

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  • ProPride 3P Trailer Sway Control Hitch
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  • ProPride 3P Trailer Sway Control Hitch
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  • Main Unit
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  • Weight distribution bars and bushings
  • Frame Bracket
  • Hitch Bar
  • Yoke
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The 3P hitch is the most advanced trailer sway eliminating hitch on the market.  It's industry leading design and innovation is second to none.  The quality of the workmanship and service behind the product draws rave reviews from customers across North America.

The standard 3P hitch package includes a 2" hitch bar.  If you wish to upsize to fit a larger receiver you click the button above for the size.

The number on each 3P model indicates the weight distribution capacity of each model.  For example, a 3P-1000 can adequately distribute UP TO 1000 pounds of loaded hitch weight. 

Fixed shipping rate of $195 applies to continental 48 states only.  Shipping to Alaska is an additional charge.

 

 

 

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  • Jason Hamblett - 12th Aug 2019

    5
    Must have for aluminum body F-150

    Had a chance to finally test tow with this hitch this weekend, and it helped a lot, I still got a little dialing in to do but this hitch truly helped with the sway. Like others have said the truck and trailer seem to push at the same time now!
    I still have a little dialing in to do I think to find that sweet spot but even now I can feel a big difference!

  • Michael Harrington - 9th Jul 2019

    5
    ProPride after 4500 miles

    I waited to review the ProPride 3P until after my 4500 mile trip out west to Glacier NP, Yellowstone NP and Custer SP, SD. I have an 05 Ford Excursion V10 towing a 35' Jayco SLX TT. After I upgraded to the 35'TT I noticed considerable more trailer sway with my old hitch even passing cars could be felt moving my rig slightly and having many white knuckle drives I decided to upgrade to the 3P, The ProPride worked great. I wouldn't say sway is 100% gone but the experience was 95% better and made the drive much more pleasurable. Hitching/unhitching can be challenging and sometimes difficult to tell if all the load is off the stinger to move the tow vehicle, but just feel it's just a learning curve as most hook/unhook were pretty easy. I even got caught off guard with a hair pin switch back on HW89 south of St Mary, MT, was going to fast for the curve and the trailer fish tailed once and came back in line right away. Not sure how that would have turned out with my old hitch but I believe the 3P got me right back in control very quickly and I'm very please with the purchase so far. As the other comments Sean is super helpful and responsive with installation questions. I believe the 3P is worth the extra cost for peace of mind towing and safety for my family.

283 Reviews

  • Jason Hamblett - 12th Aug 2019

    5
    Must have for aluminum body F-150

    Had a chance to finally test tow with this hitch this weekend, and it helped a lot, I still got a little dialing in to do but this hitch truly helped with the sway. Like others have said the truck and trailer seem to push at the same time now!
    I still have a little dialing in to do I think to find that sweet spot but even now I can feel a big difference!

  • Michael Harrington - 9th Jul 2019

    5
    ProPride after 4500 miles

    I waited to review the ProPride 3P until after my 4500 mile trip out west to Glacier NP, Yellowstone NP and Custer SP, SD. I have an 05 Ford Excursion V10 towing a 35' Jayco SLX TT. After I upgraded to the 35'TT I noticed considerable more trailer sway with my old hitch even passing cars could be felt moving my rig slightly and having many white knuckle drives I decided to upgrade to the 3P, The ProPride worked great. I wouldn't say sway is 100% gone but the experience was 95% better and made the drive much more pleasurable. Hitching/unhitching can be challenging and sometimes difficult to tell if all the load is off the stinger to move the tow vehicle, but just feel it's just a learning curve as most hook/unhook were pretty easy. I even got caught off guard with a hair pin switch back on HW89 south of St Mary, MT, was going to fast for the curve and the trailer fish tailed once and came back in line right away. Not sure how that would have turned out with my old hitch but I believe the 3P got me right back in control very quickly and I'm very please with the purchase so far. As the other comments Sean is super helpful and responsive with installation questions. I believe the 3P is worth the extra cost for peace of mind towing and safety for my family.

  • Dave - 8th Jul 2019

    4
    Sway What?

    All good, no need to repeat what others have already said. I find it a little difficult knowing where to adjust my trailer jack height to disconnect from the hitch, but I am sure a little practice and I will have it. I don't think there is a way to improve this product any more, it works great, built well, and lives up to it's reputation.

  • Justin Fickle - 3rd Jul 2019

    5
    ProPride Hitch

    I have a 2016 Chevy 2500 HD and a 37' SportTrek 327VIK (9000#). I have been watching these hitches for awhile and finally pulled the trigger. I recently pulled from DFW to Knoxville Tenn, 14 hours, up and down mountains, through storms, and with 40+ mph crosswinds and while I felt the wind it was not wagging the trailer like with my previous hitch. I drove comfortably at 65-70 mph and never once got nervous. It has changed my towing experience and i look forward to it now. After the install and dialing it in, the hardest part is learning how to unhook and getting the tongue at the right height. Other than that it takes me 10 min max to be hooked and ready to go, unlike 30-40 minutes on my old one

  • Martin Weinbaum - 19th Jun 2019

    5
    Excellent hitch

    Wow.

    That’s how I would describe the driving experience with my Imagine 2500RL trailer hooked up to my 2014 F-150 using the ProPride 3P hitch.

    Wow.

    For starters, getting the stuff was interesting because FedEx is just funky. 4 packages start out at ProPride. They are picked up together. 2 packages arrive on Saturday and then 2 others arrive on the following Monday because they took the scenic route that had a stop in Salt Lake City.

    I blame Obama.

    After the boxes all got here, the installation process was straight forward. My installation spanned 3 days because, well, FedEx. I had to relocate the propane tank holder, a wire tie and the emergency brake plug. No big deal. Everything went together without a hitch.

    Well, with a hitch installed without any hitches....
    I give.
    I’ll just stop.
    I then spent an exorbitant amount of time trying to hitch up before I tried silicone spray on the stinger. Let’s just say that making the stinger slick will save time.

    First drive in town and on the Freeway:

    Wow.
    Again.

    Previously I had used the Andersen weight distribution hitch on this set up. Prior to this trailer and truck, I had used the Andersen on a 1998 Ford Explorer pulling an R-Pod. It worked. It was never ‘white knuckle driving’, as I have read. The combination of trailer and tow vehicle was pushed around a bit, on both set ups, going down the Freeway. Noting dangerous but it did not feel, planted. It felt very movable, had to constantly be corrected, etc...

    For those that think spending this much on a hitch isn’t worth it, I would argue the hitch is worth its value. The planted, sure footed feeling going down the road is hard to describe. The wind was blowing perpendicular to my path of travel on the Freeway and it barely affected me. Before I would have had to correct the driving as the wind came and went, like when you drive under overpasses. The ProPride hitch set up was only slightly .. nudged, gently leaned against, by the wind. The trailer did not wag the truck. It took the driving experience of trailering to a whole new level.

    My trailering experience has never been about speed. I do 60-ish and stay in the slow lane. But not having to stay so intently focused on the path of travel because of all the slight corrections I needed to make, made the trailering experience much more serene.

    Normally I would be dead tired after trailering to a camp site. All that mental focus on just driving, was tiring. Now that has changed. The trailer and truck are in sync and seem to not be trying to find ways to slightly wiggle or move out of my chosen path of travel.

    Well done, Sean.

    My negatives... 2

    First, there is no discussion about weight distribution. How high to raise the jacks, how high is too high on the jacks, when to shift to another hole, etc.. Based on years of measuring and weighing my setups, I just transferred my past procedures to the 3P. But someone without... experience, understanding or new to the trailering idea, would have to find knowledge out there. Some where. Rev up the Google, in other words.

    Words in the manual might help clarify the weight shifting/distribution set up a bit.

    Second, why is everything black?
    The painting is flawless. But it is black.
    The stinger is welded beautifully. But it is black.
    The hitch box is a heavy beast and does an amazing job. But... yes

    And to finalize my ‘but it is black’, my 2014 F-150 back up camera has the picture clarity of looking through an ice cube. The black stinger, black hitch box and stupid black line Ford puts in the middle of the stupid screen to help guide me, further blackens my view.

    Argh.

    Enter electric lime green duct tape.

    A splash of electric lime green around the hitch box opening and Viola : I have contrast. Just a thought.. powder coat the hitch box opening a different color? Might be cost prohibitive. My fix cost $6.

    :)

    Beyond those 2 negatives, this hitch is a marvel. For anyone thinking about making the plunge, to copy a phrase:

    DO IT.

    You will not regret it. Take the time to set it up. Read the directions, watch YouTube regarding installations, if that is for you, and take your time. You will be amazed at the results.

    You too will have the Wow feeling when pulling a trailer.

  • Mike G - 18th Jun 2019

    5
    ProPride Is Worth Its Weight In Gold

    Install was about 4 hours--nothing is easy but it was straightforward. Instruction booklet had a few format and typo issues. First time out, the winds were steady at 20 mph and gusts to 35-40. And the ProPride performed beautifully! Took me awhile to settle in as the TT historically fishtailed at high speeds. Outstanding product!

  • Chelsea Smith - 17th Jun 2019

    5
    Incredible!!!

    My husband and I are new to RVing and have only towed a handful of times. We are setting out to live in our 27 foot Airstream full-time and wanted something safe with no sway. This is it! As someone with virtually zero experience in towing, we felt safe and in control the very first time we got in the seat of our truck. We had Colonial Airstream install the hitch for us and they even gave us a tutorial on how it works—very easy to learn. Couldn’t be happier with our purchase. Truly worth every penny. Our only complaint is that the pro pride hitch makes it impossible to fully open the storage compartment at the front of the Airstream which makes things a little more difficult to get in and out of the compartment. Overall, 5 stars! Highly recommend!

  • Jay Dark - 13th Jun 2019

    5
    propride 3p hitch

    We have not put the hitch to a test yet. I do want to say that the directions that came with the hitch were direct and to the point. If the hitch does what I expect, I will be over joyed with the purchase.

  • Gary Brown - 4th Jun 2019

    5
    So far the ProPride hitch is good I got it installed and took the TT out for a drive and it worked very good

    So far it is good this July we are going to travel to Colorado so that will be the good test thank you

  • Joe Kokmeyer - 3rd Jun 2019

    5
    3P Trailer Sway Control Hitch

    Received this hitch on time and installed in less then 4 hours. Customer service is the best. I had trouble dialing the set up in and reached out to Propride Support and worked with Sean to get it dialed in, on Memorial Day. Doing our first pull this weekend and confident that we'll be okay and happy with the set up. Cost is high compared to other hitches but right now I am pleased of it's outcome, recommended.

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