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Custom fit ATV Hitches allow you to easily attach a trailer, winch or cargo carrier to your ATV. These hitches are designed for easy installation and provide a sturdy attachment point to make your ATV more versatile.
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Reese Specialty Trailer Hitches 38211 Review
Today were going to review part number 38211, this is a Reese Super Titan 3000 Weld-on Trailer Hitch with the three inch receiver opening. This weld-on trailer hitch is for super heavy-duty applications like dump trucks, flatbeds, et cetera. This does weld to the frame of the vehicle and it is design to fit vehicles with frame widths from 33-1/2 inches to 34-1/2 inches. The way they were do that is the center tube that mounts for the outside mounting bracket, there are spacer plates. I can turn this a little bit and Im able to see. They have spacer plate that you can put behind the connection of the tube to the bracket for that would give you with you be able to allow you to fit a frame list from the 33-1/2 to 34-1/2 inches.On the very front here, you can see the round hole and the smaller hole opening.
Reese Specialty Trailer Hitches 38023 Review
Today were going to review part number 38023. This is the Reese Super Titan 3000 weld-on trailer hitch with the 3-inch receiver opening. This weld-on trailer hitch is for super heavy duty applications like a dump truck or a flat-bed truck, has the large 3 inch square receiver opening. It does weld to the frame of the vehicle and it is designed for frame widths from 33 to 34 inches, and the way you can change that to fit is when this cross tube mounts to these end plates, if I can turn this a little bit youll be able to see the bolts. Let me just spin this a little bit. You can see where both of these endplates, theres actually spacer plates that you can put in here to change that to fit the frame widths from 33 to 34 1/2.
Swagman Specialty Trailer Hitches S64025 Review
Today, were reviewing Part Number S64025 from Swagman. This is an RV bumper adapter thatprovides a 2-inch trailer hitch receiver. It clamps onto your RV bumper to give you this receivertube, to which you can attach what would otherwise be a hitch-mounted accessory like a bikerack. Where we have foam blocks right here. That would be your bumper. You have the bottomplate here, your bumper and the top plate up here.
Curt Specialty Trailer Hitches C19101 Review
Today we're going to review part number C19101. This is the Curt RV Bumper Hitch. This hitch is designed for RV bumper use only, has a two inch square receiver opening right here which is ideal for hitch accessories that are RV approved such as bike racks and cargo carriers. It is intended to be used on a two inch square RV bumper on the rear of many RVs and towboat campers. It does have a nice black powder coat finish which will help resist corrosion. Includes the mounting hardware which is the two carriage bolts and the hex flange nuts all included.
Curt Specialty Trailer Hitches E-100 Review
Today were going to review part number E-100. This is the Curt RV Bumper 2 Inch Trailer Hitch Receiver. This Curt RV bumper mount trailer hitch has a two inch square receiver opening, which is ideal for RV approved hitch accessories, such as bike racks and cargo carriers. This is intended for use on four inch square channel bumpers on the rear of many RVs and towable campers. It does have a black powder coat finish, which will resist corrosion. It does include the mounting hardware, the two carriage bolts and the two hex flange nuts.This hitch does have a weight capacity of 3,500 pounds gross towing weight capacity and a 350 pound tongue weight capacity.
Trailer Hitch Installation - Ameri-Lite Gulf Stream Trailer - Curt
Today on our hitch mounted pull behind camper well be installing the Curt adjustable width trailer hitch receiver, part number 13703. Before we can secure the hitch to the trailer we need to go ahead and slide the side brackets onto the receiver tube and mount it into place. Its a good idea to have an extra set of hands to help you put your hitch into position. To hold it into position you can use jacks, clamps, or even blocks of wood so that it will hold it into place so that it will allow you to use the hitch as a template to pre-drill the attachment points. Were working with a box channel so well be using all six attachment points on each side. Therell be four on the side of the frame and two in the bottom.
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