A More Perfect Union: Demco Glide Ride Upgrade
Replacing a worn kingpin assembly strengthens the truck-and-fifth-wheel connection and improves towing stability
Here is a great story about how-to maintain a fifth wheel hitch assembly that some folks may not know about.
A large number of people who have purchased fifth wheels (like myself) have upgraded the hitch or have the need for a slide hitch and forget that these areas need attention from time to time also, and this greta article goes through the whole process of why it the work is needed to how-to do the work and the explaining the great added benefits of doing the work.
So if you own a fifth wheel rv this would be a good story to get some great pointers as the work and upkeep needed to keep you safe and comfortable out on the roads.
Posted on January 15, 2016, in The world as i see it as a camper and who loves his country and tagged boondocking, campers, camping, fifth wheel glide hitches, fifth wheel hitches, fifth wheels, how to's, money, motorhomes, national parks, outback, outdoors, parks, road trips, rv maintenance, rv news, rv tips, rv's, rving, safe driving, safety, state parks, tailgating, towing, trailers, travel, traveling, worn king pins. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.