Custom Fit Trailer Hitch
Are you experiencing any of the following problems while installing a hitch on your vehicle?
Underneath your vehicle, the frame is constantly exposed to dirt, grime, moisture and salt. This gunk can find its way into the open weld nuts, or bolt holes, in your vehicle frame and harden over time, causing rust and corrosion in the weld nuts on your vehicle.
With help from a wire brush and some spray lubricant, a few simple steps can be taken to make your weld nuts clean and grime free, ensuring an easier installation of your trailer hitch.
Step 1: Spray bolt hole with a lubricant like Blaster Lubricant or WD-40. Let the lubricant sit for a minute, allowing it to penetrate and soften the grime and corrosion.
Step 2: Scrub the lubricant-coated bolt hole with a wire brush to loosen corrosion and grime. Rigorously run the brush in and out of the bolt hole.
Step 3: Repeat steps 1 and 2 multiple times or until the bolt can be twisted in a few threads deep.
Step 4: Use a ratcheting socket wrench to run the bolt in and out of the bolt hole.
Once a bolt can be threaded into each of the weld nuts on your vehicle's frame, you can begin your hitch installation knowing that you will not encounter any resistance when bolting up the hitch.
To watch a video demonstration on cleaning out your weld nuts, click here.
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