I have PullRites on both my pickup and diesel Jimmy.
In one of my former lives when I had occasion to make frequent treks from Bremerton, WA to San Diego, CA and back, I towed an Avion 26 with a Chevy 4X4. I bought the PullRite initially so I could back into tight places much easier due to the increased swing angle. This ability kept me out of trouble numerous times.
However, I also found that my end of the day fatigue was much less with the PullRite.
After I bought the Jimmy, I found it was a terrible tow vehicle when connected to the Avion. One short trip down the Oregon coast a ways was pretty convincing. I almost turned around after the first hour or so. This was with a Reece WDH rated for the load, but with no frictional sway control.
Later in another former life, I towed a small tandem axle
cargo trailer with the Jimmy, selling/delivering products from our farm. It worked fine enough. However I again wished I had the maneuverability of the PullRite, so installed one on the Jimmy.
I found the same end of day fatigue factor again. Plus, the Jimmy now has become my favorite tow vehicle for the Avion as well as the Scamp
Now that I don't need to back into tight places, and I don't need to tow so many miles in a day, would I spend the big bucks again? For the pickup, probably not. For the Jimmy, yes. If I were to only tow the Scamp
with the Jimmy, probably not.
Would I go for a PullRite again? With the pickup you lose the spare tire location under the box, so the Hensley would give you back your original spare tire mounting. With the Jimmy, the PullRite mounts under the fuel tank. The PullRite is quite a bit heavier and looks interesting to some and ugly to others. However it allows you to maneuver in what would be a jack-knifed position with other hitches. So I don't know which way I would go, if I were to start over.