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Convert-A-Ball Cushioned Ball Mount/Clevis/Pintle Review

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Review of the Convert-A-Ball Cushioned Ball Mount/Clevis/Pintle

Hi there, hard workers. Today we're taking a look at Convert-A-Ball's cushioned clevis and pintle mount for two-inch hitches.This clevis and pintle mount is going to be great for both industrial and agricultural applications. It features two tangs, and each tang has a one-inch diameter hole in it.And now to give you an idea of what I use it for here on my property, I use it to hook up my small seed spreader here as well as my small dump trailer. With its 10,000 pound gross towing capacity and 2,000 pound tongue weight, it's also great for moving larger items. I ran over to my neighbor's earlier today to borrow the sickle mower here. I had the hitch hooked in the back, and it made it real easy for me to just drop a pin down and bring it back over.One of the things that sets this apart from other mounts is the internal polyurethane bushings.

This is going to dampen any movement inside of it, which is going to transfer to your hitch, so there's going to be less vibrations and oscillations at your hitch, which is going to extend the life of those components as well as anything connected to it, like on your vehicle where it's hooked up. This is also going to be true on y our trailer side, so whatever you've got hooked up on the other end, it's going to minimize those oscillations and vibrations as well.You'll also want to keep in mind that a pinning clip to get it attache to your receiver doesn't come included with the mount, but you can pick one of those up here at as well. It uses a standard five-eighths inch hitch pin and clip.In addition to it not coming with the hitch pin and clip to mount to the receiver, it also doesn't come with a pin and clip for any of your accessories to mount to it. You can pick one of those up here at as well. You want to make sure you get one with a one-inch diameter.Now, I use mine here on my property with my smaller equipment here, and this equipment's really light.

A lot of it's less than 100 pounds in most cases. And when using the smaller equipment with it, it does have a smaller hole here so you won't be able to use that larger in. As long as you're using extremely lightweight equipment like we are here, it's okay to use the smaller pin that came with that equipment to get it hooked up.We already showed it on the tractor, but it's also going to be great for your other equipment that has a two-inch receiver. We've got it hooked into our truck now. And recently I had a fellow farmer come over and help me bail the hay in my field, and he brought over his hay bailer using a clevis mount.

He was able to hook it up to his truck, drive it on over. There, we disconnected it, hooked it up to the tractor, and we we're able to complete the whole job.One thing some of our customers don't realize is that the one-inch diameter hole here will accept a one-inch diameter shank on a ball, so you could put a ball in here as well, and then hook up the trailer to it.It's a solid steel construction with a black powder-coated finish, so it's going to be rust resistant, so you can be sure whether you use it on the farm or the job site, it's going to last a long time. And that completes our look at Convert-A-Ball's clevis and pintle mount for two-inch hitches.

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