HitchGrip Weight Distribution Head Assembly Carrying Tool Review

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Review of the HitchGrip Weight Distribution Head Assembly Carrying Tool

Today we'll be taking a look at the Hitch Grip Carrying Tool for weight distribution head assemblies, part number 303-HG-712. The Hitch Grip Carrying Tool allows you to lift, carrying, install, and remove your ball mount of weight distribution head assembly with ease. The glass filled nylon handle and body evenly distribute the weight of your ball mount, and the ergonomic design reduces stress on our back. The tungsten carbide grips your ball mount, and the steel reinforcement adds extra strength. The hitch grip works with ball mounts and weight distribution head assemblies with a 2-5/16" ball. The maximum recommended drop for your hitch is 4-1/4" from the top of the hitch head to the top of the receiver opening. The hitch grip comes with a lifetime warranty.

Now we'll show you how this works. To use our hitch grip we're going to line it up on either side of our hitch ball. We'll slide it over while slowly tilting down our handle, then we can lift it up evenly. We want to make sure that our handle is facing towards our shank. This is going to give us even distribution of the weight and make it easier to lift up into our hitch. Now we can easily lift up our assembly head, line it up, and insert it into our hitch. Now you'll notice how greasy our ball is.

This will make is easier to move on to different tasks like loading up the rest of your camper or a trailer. Once we get to our camp site and unhook our trailer we can easily use your hitch grip to remove our weight distribution head assembly. We'll start by removing our pin and clip, attach our hitch grip, and place it inside our RV for storage. The hitch grip can easily be stored in any small compartment for easy access later. That's going to be our completed look at the Hitch Grip Carrying Tool for Weighted Distribution Head Assemblies, part number 303-HG-712..

Questions and Comments about this Video

Raymond B.

You might well recommend keeping the Hitch Grip in a plastic grocery bag, as it will be greasy once it is used. 73966

Reply from Chris R.

Good point! 60234

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