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Draw-Tite Logo Rubber Hitch Cover Review

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Review of the Draw-Tite Logo Rubber Hitch Cover


Hi there, haulers. Today we're going to be taking a look at Draw-Tite's Rubber Hitch Cover. They're available for either two inch hitches or for one and a quarter inch hitches. This Draw-Tite Hitch Cover is a press to fit. So there's no pin or anything needed to hold it in place. It just pushes in and it stays in there.

And when you're ready to take it out, just give it a nice tug and it'll pull right out of there. You can see the raised sections around the outside, where it presses it tight, holding it in.The main purpose of our Draw-Tite Cover here is to keep dirt and debris from getting inside of our hitch receiver when we're not using it. As dirt and debris builds up inside the hitch receiver, it can be difficult to slide in and out your accessories, and it could get bad enough to a point where you can't get the accessory in until you clean all that dirt and debris out.Keeping a cover in there is going to prevent you from having to do this because it's not going to be able to build up on the inside edges, just here around the outside, and we can just hit that with a hose, no big deal. And plus it's on the outside, so it's not going to affect the operation of sliding anything into the receiver.It's also going to give you a nice appearance on the back of your hitch, displaying the Draw-Tite logo and completely hiding the opening on your receiver. And once you get your hitch installed, you can enjoy its appearance and be sure that you'll be able to enjoy its functionality with ease of use for a long time to come.Now we do have various other hitch covers here at etrailer.com with different logos on them.

So you can pick one that's going to best suit your needs, but Draw-Tite also has a another product available, which is only for the two inch hitches, but it is a hitch silencer and hitch cover in one. I would recommend that one, if you do have a two inch hitch and you've got the clearance to use it because it acts as an anti-rattle device, in addition to being a hitch cover.The only reason why that you wouldn't want to use that one over this one is if you don't have proper clearances around your receiver, as this one slides right inside your receiver end to hold it in place. The silencer will go around your hitch receiver, so you need a little bit of extra space around the outside. And what's cool about that one is it has a door that flips open that covers up your receiver, but it also has a locking lever on the side. So once you put whatever you have now, you hit the locking lever down and it shifts the whole assembly over a little bit, pressing it tight against the receiver, eliminating any rattle noises.

And that completes our look at Draw-Tite's Rubber Hitch Cover.


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