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RESTORED TRAILER HITCHES - $35 (TROY OR CLARKSON)

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condition: good
make / manufacturer: REESE, DRAW TITE, BLUE OX
paint color: black
Safe trailering begins with a good hitch designed to pull your trailer level with the road. That might require your hitch to have a drop or rise in it ... and fortunately, hitches are made to do just that. Safe trailering also requires that your trailer not to rock back and forth , or wag back and forth ... and fortunately, Weight Distribution Hitches along with anti sway brakes are made to do just that. The faster speed you go, or the more twisty roads you drive, or mountains that you cross can only make these potential problems greater.

My trailer hitches start at $35 and include the hitch ball. I also have weight distribution hitches that go up to $225... and most everything in between.

At age 77, with lots of trailering behind me, I might be able to help you conquer these issues. I also have a unique hobby of restoring old hitches and their parts .... and preparing them for you. Photos show just a portion of those hitches and parts that I have and want to sell. I also take some trade ins.

My home supply includes all 3 sizes of hitch balls as well as all 3 sizes of hitch ball threaded shanks. Most every Weight Distribution Hitch and or parts. Pintle Hitches. 3 ball universal hitches. Torsion bars for most trailer weights. I do not fuss with hitch receivers. That is the square hole under your bumper, however, I have most items that go into that square hole.

To determine the exact drop or rise needed to safely pull your trailer... I need two measurements when you call or text. The first is the distance from the ground to the ceiling of that square hole in your receiver. The second measurement can only be made once you have determined that your trailer is parallel to the ground it rests on. So first measure the distance at both front and back to determine that. Then Provide that second measurement I need. It is from the ground to the lowest edge of your coupler. That is the forward piece on your trailer that goes over your hitch ball. I don't care if it is flanged or not... just measure up to the lowest edge. The difference between those two measurements, tell me how much drop or rise you need.... and also determines the cost.

Call or text 7 days a week.... and learn what I would do in your shoes. Russ show contact info . I can bring some solutions at my Clarkston home.

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