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cougar28

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I understand not everyone can install the way I did. Yes I'm still in good shape for the most part. 2 months away from 57 yo- 6'1" 178lb and have a very active job working 10 to 16 hours a day. The guys at work gave me the nick name "the machine". LOL


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cougar28 wrote:

I understand not everyone can install the way I did. Yes I'm still in good shape for the most part. 2 months away from 57 yo- 6'1" 178lb and have a very active job working 10 to 16 hours a day. The guys at work gave me the nick name "the machine". LOL


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(I had to look it up, but a B&W Companion is a fifth wheel hitch -- very heavy and hard to lift into the bed of the truck.)


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profdant139 wrote:

(I had to look it up, but a B&W Companion is a fifth wheel hitch -- very heavy and hard to lift into the bed of the truck.)


For a healthy adult Male it really is not hard to lift the B&W Companion separated into two pcs in and out of a truck.

* This post was edited 11/04/21 03:36pm by Cummins12V98 *

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