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Old 06-29-2020, 12:34 AM   #21
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We are getting an Andersen hitch installed in our 2019 Ford Ranger by TradeMasters, just down the road from ETI. We stopped by right after ordering our 5.0TA. The sales rep came outside looked at our truck & had a tech mechanic look under the truck take measurements etc. and said no problem installing the rails and Andersen Hitch. They were very professional. Installation date October 22 and we pick up our 5.0TA in the new year. We are only a few hours away from ETI which made our ordering of the 5.0TA and the Andersen hitch very easy as we were able to visit both companies the same day. Iíll take some pictures after the hitch is installed.
Curious if you have the 5' bed or the longer Supercab bed?
Do you have any photos of how it all goes together?
Any issues with the height of the Ranger's sidewalls since they are so much higher than in the past?
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Old 06-29-2020, 10:13 AM   #22
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Thanks for the nice pic and reply. I don't have the truck yet but was considering a Toyota Tundra and the short bed is 6.5 ft for the double cab and 5.5 for the crewmax cab.
My F150 has 6.5í bed and have no issues towing my 5.0TA. The hitch is installed in the conventional location and I can get the trailer 90 degrees to the cab without hitting. My Fold-a-Cover with tool box option works great too. If you donít already have a truck, why would you not buy the one best suited to do the job? No question that would be 6.5í bed.
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Old 06-29-2020, 11:45 AM   #23
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We have the Supercab 6’2” box. No problems with towing the 5.0. Been out a few times with it now
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