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Reese Accessories and Parts - 58117


Hitch Ball Lube
  • Reduces friction
  • Will not break down
  • Is water resistant
  • Is non-toxic
  • Packaged in a 4-oz jar




58117 White Grease Hitch Ball Lube






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Video Transcript for Reese Hitch Ball 58117 Review

Today we're going to be taking a look at Part Number 58117. This is the Reese white grease hitch ball lubricant. This lube is going to get applied to your hitch ball. It's going to reduce the amount of friction between the hitch ball and the socket of your coupler. It's going to help extend the life of your hitch ball and make connecting and disconnecting much easier. The lube is going to be a non-toxic white grease that's designed so it won't break down.

It's also water resistant. It's going to come packaged in a four ounce container. By having the hitch ball lubricated, it can help keep your locking mechanism on your coupler working smoothly and properly, which is also going to prevent corrosion and it can also help quiet the connection. That's going to do it for today's review of Part Number 58117. This is the Reese white grease hitch ball lubricant. .


Customer Reviews

White Grease Hitch Ball Lube - 58117

Average Customer Rating:  4.9 out of 5 stars   (117 Customer Reviews)


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I recently received the Reese White Grease and applied it to my hitch ball andI am real anxious to try it with my trailer. I received it in the mail faster than I thought it would arrive. I am very satisfied with their mail service.Thanks ETrailer, I will be ordering again. 335102



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Great product!!! Works better on hitch ball better than gun grease by far!! I use this grease on my bumper hitch ball as well as my gooseneck hitch ball. Great lubricate!! 263102


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Great product and works great too!!

Randy M - 06/21/2017

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Have used this for years. I could not find it in the the local hardware and RV stores. Much better than the tube of synthetic grease that I had to settle with awhile ago. 236397


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Everything that I have brought from your company has worked great!

Nick - 03/12/2017

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Reese White Grease Hitch Ball Lube is a good water resistant grease for all hitches. It will extend the life of your hitch by preventing binding, rusting, and galling. I always wipe the ball and hitch clean when I am done towing. 341119


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Still using the lube and it does a terrific job protecting the ball and hitch.

MLP - 02/12/2018

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I looked everywhere for this product - so had to order on line. ETrailer had the best price. This is the best lube for my ball hitch on my horse trailer. So glad I found it again. Thanks. 102015


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I do not ever want to be without it! Will order from you again when I run out. Many thanks.

Lucinda L - 09/30/2014

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Have used this product for a very long time, with excellent results. Lubication is a wonderful thing! I learned the hard way a long time ago when my trailer hitch ball was stuck. Had a hard time freeing up. Never used a lube before and this product is specific to hitch balls. No more problems. The price is the best here at etrailer.com. A jar will last many years. 121895


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Great, good stuff, specific to trailer bail

Robert - 03/24/2015

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Love this product. We have used it for years. Haven't received the new batch yet since they sent a tail light instead of ball lube. 208218


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We have been towing a travel trailer over 30 years and there is nothing like a Reese Hitch. When we bought our newest trailer a 34’ tow behind we added the Reese anti-sway bar for more stability and safer towing. We have traveled 18,000 miles using our newest Reese addition and it has out performed our expectations.

ED - 07/27/2016

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I did a search to figure out why my RV camper was not unhitching easily from the towing ball. Honestly, this was such a problem that we could not figure out and were weary of jumping on the hitch and trying to jiggle the ball to break free. What I liked so much about your company was that your company suggested possible reasons that the ball was sticking and offered several solutions. I realized that I was unhitching on uneven ground and that a lube might help. The lube worked exactly as you said. A very inexpensive solution plus we knew why it was happening and could reposition the camper. Product arrived quickly and customer service attentive. Good job!! 570810



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As expected, this Reese hitch lube works very well to protect both sides of the connection. Used this before, and came back for more. I like it much better than bearing grease, which is what I used to use. I apply it on the ball and lubed areas of my load levelers on very large and regular sized trailers. Certainly recommend. 253831


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Its ball lube... Certainly works better than bearing grease.

Chris f - 05/30/2017

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Product worked well. I used it this weekend to hitch/unhitch my travel trailer to my truck and even though the ball didn't slide out as easy as I'd hoped, it took less rocking back and forth than without the lube. I was told that these types of lubricants can collect a lot of dirt and make the situation worse, but I am willing to test that theory out myself. 513620



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This little jar of "stuff" has saved me many headaches when unhitching my travel trailer from the tow vehicle. Before I bought this I would have a tough time sometimes getting the hitch off the ball and also difficulty getting it back on. This lubricant makes it so easy to hitch up and unhitch. The only word of warning is to watch out for the hitch ball with your pant legs because it will leave a major grease stain on your pants if you rub against the ball. Its white going on but it turns black from friction I guess. It lasts a very long time too because you only need a very little bit each time. 301875



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Does the job! Put this on my trailer ball and no more squeaks when towing! Great product, handy size. 201479


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Great! Still have about half the jar left. I use a tennis ball with the great in it and store it that way as I tow 3-4 times a month. Easy to clean off your hands, not sticky or too thick. Good product that works well.

Angela - 06/11/2016

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All items received quickly. All items fit and work actually better than I though they might! The 2-5/16 ball cover is not too tight but stays put. The ball lube is thick and stays put, as well. Hard to find both of these items locally. Thank you etrailer...again! 136564


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Still pleased with performance of both products. Both are currently in service today.

Keith D - 06/19/2015

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Could not find Reese Teflon Grease at any local farm store or trailer showroom/shop. I was able to order online and received it via USPS to my rural address. I like the product for these reasons. The teflon grease makes for quiet hauling which would otherwise bother the horses. The small container can be easily stored in the door of the truck without a mess. A tissue can easily clean up your hand. 198913



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I have used this grease for about 17 years and it works great! I like that it does not make as big a mess being white if you get it on your clothes. It is expensive grease, but when my equipment and safety depends on quality grease I will give a few more dollars. I have read post that say, there is no need to grease your hitch ball and sway controls! This is wrong!!! If you do not grease you will pay the price! I have been towing all my life, and I have seen the results of using no grease or the wrong grease, and it is not pretty! 474917



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works as advertised easy to use 629516



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Works Very Well 614288



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Does a good job 607275



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Works great. Just make sure you cover the ball with a cap when not being used. Will pick up dirt and if you rub it you will have grease on your clothes. 596973



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perfect size container, going to use it next week. 588510



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I used up the Reese white grease hitch ball lube I purchased previously and needed to replace it. The product worked well. 586526



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only makes sense to lubricate the hitch ball, a lot of metal to metal contact 578286



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Apperars to have stoped the were and it is not making any noise. 576514



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Exactly what we wanted and at a reasonable price. 559941



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Easy to use and will make getting my boat on and off much easier! 552201



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Great tools to have. Easy installation. Everything works as expected. 520714



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Have read a lot of good reviews. Not used it yet, but you can tell this is not your standard axle grease! 516482



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Applied the Reese grease to my new distribution hitch ball, and the grinding sound of metal on metal with my travel trailer disappeared. It was just what my hitch needed. 510968



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Just put this on my trailer balls and will have to report later as to whether or not it was worth the money, but from what I have seen so far it was! 510637



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I brought this item to use on my Jet skis trailer,It was recommended by so many people ,Having used it on my trailer hitch I'm very pleased how it puts a nice coating and protects against friction ,its early days but i believe this will be a long lasting protection crease 494855


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Very well.Really is a good product

Paul - 04/10/2019

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haven't used the product yet, but I know it'll do the job. Never had a problem with what I purchased from etrailer. ( trailer hitch and wiring) 488951



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Turns black over time and use. 477868



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Great product,good price. 476917



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Great products and really fast service. Thank you 472886



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service was great , product was shipped very fast . 471185



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Does the job. No squeaks or wear on hitch ball. 469757



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Works great! Great price and super fast delivery 469268



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Works for me! 467461



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right product at the right price! 464800



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Great product 459129



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Just what I needed! Thank you. 455832



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Better than the oil lube I bought many years ago. 442584


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Works great and sticks on target

Pete - 10/14/2018

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Not much to say about grease. It is greasy. I've applied it about 3 times in the last year. I tow a 3k lb trailer about 2-3 times a month. Probably wipe more off putting the ball cover on and off than using it up but I'm happy with its performance. 427911


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Ive probably used about a third of the jar so far, it really goes a long way.

Derek B - 09/01/2018

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Perfect Product. Customer Service Excel lent! 421090



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all fine happy buyer 418785



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Ball lube works just fine. Easy to apply. Small size container allows me to put it in truck door compartment with a few rags. Will continue to purchase. 413725



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Highly recommended! 405260



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Works great. No longer hear that annoying noise from the hitch ball and the coupler. And you would think this would be easy to find in a store...it's not. None of the big box retailers or auto parts stores carry it. I ordered it from etrailer and got it within a few days. 400848



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used it in past and always great to use, keeps alot of the hitch noise down 394773



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Great Service 388659


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  • Recommended Grease for Blue Ox SwayPro System, Different Types of Grease
  • You are correct that in the Blue Ox SwayPro Owner's Manual they do recommend use molybdenum grease on both the hitch ball and the spring bars. The UltraLub Biobased Moly EP Grease # L10314 in a grease gun, such as # L30480, will work well. You could use the Reese White Grease Hitch Ball Lube # 58117 on the hitch ball of your SwayPro system if you choose not to use the molybdenum grease. However you would not want to use the hitch ball grease at the zerk fittings of the SwayPro spring...
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  • Is There a Problem with Greasing A Hitch Ball to Reduce Noise?
  • Greasing a hitch ball isn't a bad idea to reduce friction and noise. We carry the Reese White Grease Hitch Ball Lube # 58117 because of this. Many people will choose not to simply because of the mess, but grease will actually keep moisture from corroding your equipment, so I'm not in agreement with the dealer. The noise that comes from a weight distribution system that uses friction bars like # EQ37100ET is quite loud at times. You do not want to grease those bars or brackets because...
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  • Greaseless Hitch Ball Compatibility with Factory Gooseneck Package
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  • Will the Stainles Steel Hitch Balls for Weigh Safe Ball Mount Need to Be Greased
  • The hitch balls included in the Weigh Safe 2-Ball Mount with Built-in Scale # WS4-2 will need to be greased. These are stainless steel hitch balls and so they are corrosion resistant. I recommend a hitch ball grease like White Grease Hitch Ball Lub # 58117 for use with the Weigh Safe ball mount hitch balls. This grease helps reduce friction between the hitch ball and coupler while towing. The # 58117 grease is water resistant and non-toxic.
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  • Recommended Lube to Keep Hitch Ball Locking Mechanism Working Smoothly
  • I spoke with my contact at Reese and he recommended keeping a light coating of grease like part # 58117 on the hitch ball both top and bottom. This will keep the ball bearing locking mechanism working smoothly and prevent corrosion and quiet the connection to a degree. It will help extend the life of the ball too. The lubrication allows grit to slide around more, instead of just grinding directly into the metal.
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  • Troubleshooting Sleeve-Lock A-Frame Coupler That Will Not Release
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  • Why is it Important to Make Weight Distribution Head Angle Adjustment
  • Weight distribution heads are adjustable to get the spring bars level or just below level with the trailer frame. Depending on the trailer frame, the head may need to be set at 90 degrees, it also may need to be tilted down as far as possible to keep the trailer level. This will also depend on the weight of the trailer and strength of the suspension on the vehicle. Head angle affects bar tension. With too much spring bar tension the rear of the vehicle could lift. Not enough tension...
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  • Is the Andersen Greaseless Ball Cap Compatible with a Regular Hitch Ball?
  • The Replacement Nylon Cap for Greaseless HardBall Hitch Ball with 2" Diameter # AM3664-2 is not a fit for a regular 2 inch ball. There is not a Greaseless ball that measures 2 inch diameter with a 1-1/4 inch shank. My recommendation is to use the 2" Hitch Ball # A-90 and then use White Grease Hitch Ball Lube # 58117 to reduce friction and noise. Your option to get that greaseless ball is only in a ball mount like the Rapid Hitch Adjustable, Aluminum Ball Mount Kit w/ 2 Greaseless Balls...
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  • How to Safely Uncouple a Trailer on an Incline
  • Whenever a tow vehicle and trailer are on an incline there will be pressure applied to the hitch ball and coupler. This will make it difficult to uncouple the trailer from the hitch ball. A trailer jack and/or hitch ball lubricant such as # 58117 can sometimes help. The tow vehicle and trailer should always be on a level surface when coupling or uncoupling, and wheel chocks should always be used to ensure the safety of those around the trailer and the trailer itself. We offer a number...
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  • Hard to Release Undermount Trailer Coupler from Hitch Ball
  • I don't think you are doing anything wrong apart from jumping on the truck and even that isn't wrong it's just more fun to jump on a trampoline or in puddles. There are several reasons why the coupler could be having a hard time releasing from the ball. First, if there is tension on the ball from the truck/trailer being on uneven ground then that could be the problem. Pulling slightly forward or rearward to release the tension may be all you need to do. You also might be able use...
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  • How to Prevent Coupler Noise While Towing with the Malone XtraLight Trailer Part # MPG525G
  • There could be two reasons as to why you are experiencing excessive noise from the hitch ball and coupler on the Malone XtraLight Trailer part # MPG525G. The first possible solution I have for you would be to add a good amount of grease to the hitch ball with part # 58117. If the hitch ball and coupler still continue to make nose after the grease is applied then it may very well be that there is just not enough weight on the tongue of the trailer as you mentioned. The most useful way...
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  • Coupler is Difficult to Get On and Off of the Ball on an Equal-I-Zer Weight Distribution System
  • Only 2 inch and 2-5/16 inch balls are used for weight distribution. So if you are currently using a 2 inch ball you cannot go down to a 1-7/8 inch ball because the smaller size is inadequate for use with weight distribution. Also the coupler requires a certain ball size so using a ball that is too small can cause the trailer coupler to pop off of the ball when traveling. There are a few reasons why a coupler can be difficult to unlatch from a ball. If there is tension on the ball then...
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  • How to Lube a Hitch Ball with White Grease Hitch Ball Lube
  • To apply grease to the top of a hitch ball with the part # 58117 all you would need to do is apply a small amount to the top of the ball. The coupler will then push the grease around and spread it evenly on the ball.
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  • What Would Cause the Top of a Trailer Hitch Ball to Wear Excessively After 300 Miles
  • If the ball is smaller than what the coupler requires then the coupler would be able to move around quite a bit and wear down the ball. If the ball is the right size then excessive tongue weight could be a factor. The trailer tongue weight is typically 10 to 15 percent of he gross trailer weight. The ball you use will need to be rated higher than the gross trailer weight. You can also lubricate the ball so that there is less friction. Some ball lube such as # 58117 would work well...
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  • Trailer Will Not Uncouple from Ball When Parked on an Incline
  • Usually if you can move the tow vehicle and trailer to level ground, you can uncouple. However, sometimes you have to be on less than level ground. If the coupler will not come off of the ball in this situation, you can use the trailer jack to separate the coupler from the ball. What is happening is the pressure from being on an incline is putting enough force on the ball to make uncoupling very difficult. What you can do to help prevent this in the future is to make sure to properly...
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  • Trailer Coupler Will Not Release Hitch Ball Even After Lubrication
  • I see you have tried the usual fixes for a coupler that won't release the hitch ball - moving the vehicle slightly to potentially release excess tension on the ball, lubrication with WD-40 and even a little brute force with the pry bar. You can also first make sure the trailer is supported, and then remove the hitch pin from the ball mount and move the truck forward. This will ensure there is little or no tension on the ball/coupler. This will also give you more room to work and free...
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  • Trailer Coupler Gets Stuck on the Trailer Hitch Ball
  • When a coupler gets stuck on the ball it can be because of several factors. First, if there is tension between the truck and trailer then it can cause the coupler to bind and get stuck on the ball. You can try moving slightly forward or backward to relieve the tension. If that does not release the tension enough you can also use the trailer jack to lift both the truck and trailer a little to relieve the tension which will make it easier to unlatch from around the ball. You may also...
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  • Can Rust on Hitches, Ball Mounts and Hitch Balls Like Tow Ready # 63803 be Prevented
  • Rust is not covered by the warranty on Tow Ready # 63803. However, there are some steps you can take to slow the process of rust forming. Hitches, ball mounts and hitch balls will always be exposed to abrasive road grit/sand, corrosive salts in cold climates and general dings from road debris, no matter what you do. On a powder-coated steel hitch, for example, you can do your best to keep the hitch clean (to remove salts) and to touch up with anti-corrosive paint any spots that might...
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  • Difficulty Getting Trailer Coupler On or Off of the Ball
  • This may sound silly but its worth checking: is the ball you are using too large for what the coupler requires? Or is the coupler damaged at all? You may need to look up inside the coupler to see if there is any corrosion that is binding things up. On many couplers there are some adjustments that you can make. There is usually a nut that holds on a wedge that makes contact with the ball. Adjusting that nut up or down as needed could help. Using ball grease such as # 58117 does make...
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  • Will Replacement Nylon Cap # AM3664-2516 Fit a Regular Hitch Ball
  • Replacement Nylon Cap # AM3664-2516 is designed specifically for 2-5/16 Rapid Hitch Greaseless balls. If that is what you have then this is the correct replacement. If you have any other ball then it will not fit and you can use ball grease, # 58117, to lubricate the ball.
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  • Troubleshooting Hitch Ball Gets Stuck in Trailer Coupler on Travel Trailer
  • If it's stuck every time you try to unhook it's likely the ball is too large for the coupler. Usually the size is stamped somewhere on the coupler and the ball. If you need a smaller hitch ball I've linked our selection of 1-7/8 inch and 2 inch balls. You'll want to choose one that has the same length and diameter of shank just smaller ball diameter. If it isn't the ball size and it is just continuously binding you can try greasing the coupler with # 58117.
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  • Trailer Coupler is Getting Stuck on the Hitch Ball
  • There are a couple of things that could cause the ball to get stuck in the coupler when trying to uncouple from the truck. First, it could be bound up in there. Moving the tow vehicle and trailer slightly forward or backward can release the tension and allow the ball to come out as intended. If using weight distribution, disengage the spring bars before uncoupling the trailer. If that isn't the issue then there could be a problem with the coupler. Something may need to be adjusted, cleaned,...
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  • Will Rust on Trailer Ball Affect Its Performance
  • The small amount of surface rust on your ball will not affect its future performance. If the ball had been exposed to the elements for many months or years and the corrosion was more severe, I would be reluctant to use it. Since the rust is minor, you can use it with no worries. I would recommend keeping a light coating of grease like part # 58117 on the ball. This will prevent further corrosion, and will also quiet the connection to a degree. The Curt # C40085 has a raw, machined...
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  • What Would Cause Hitch Ball to Wear Excessively After 30 Miles
  • I spoke with my contact at Draw-Tite and he said excessive turning could wear a groove into a hitch ball if the ball is not kept well lubricated. He recommended keeping the hitch ball well lubed with a lithium automotive grease like # 58117 to reduce friction. You will also want to check up inside the coupler for any debris that may be grinding away at the ball. Also if the ball is smaller than what the coupler requires the coupler would be able to move around quite a bit and wear down...
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  • Recommended Grease To Use On Slider For Reese Fifth Wheel Hitch
  • Per my contact at Reese, the lubricant you should use on your slider is a white lithium grease like part # L11354. This white grease has a zinc additive and can be used even on plastic components. If you do not have a grease gun I recommend part # L30200. This is a lever action standard grease gun and will work great with the L11354.
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  • Troubleshooting a Ball Mount Rusted to a Trailer Hitch
  • Sounds like your ball mount has rusted so badly that it is stuck in the hitch you have on your vehicle. What you will first want to do is liberally apply a spray lube like WD40 or liquid wrench to the ball mount. If the back of the hitch opening is open spray some down in there, down the front of the hitch opening and also on the hitch pin hole. Since you don't plan on using the ball mount anymore I would recommend taking a heavy hammer or sledge and hitting the ball mount into the hitch...
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  • Master Lock 2 Inch Ball Coupler Will Not Fit Over 2 Inch Ball
  • You should not have to remove the bottom part of the coupler to attach the coupler to the ball so something seems to be amiss. Double check the top of the coupler to make sure it is designed for a 2 inch ball and not a 1-7/8 inch ball. If fine-tuning the bolt does not fix the issue there could be something machined wrong with the coupler and it will need to be replaced. You can also try lubricating the latching mechanism and the ball using ball grease # 58117. Make sure it is clean first...
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