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Class II Trailer Hitch Draw Tite 36205

Class II Trailer Hitch Draw Tite 36205

Obsolete (7-29-2014) Brand:  Draw Tite   Part #36205 Product Features 1-1/4″ Square Frame Hitch Removable Drawbar , Pin & Clip Sold Separately A-Coat Base w/ Black Powder Coat ...

Class I Trailer Hitch Draw Tite 24722

Class I Trailer Hitch Draw Tite 24722

No Picture Obsolete (10-15-2009) Brand:  Draw Tite     Part #24722 Product Features 1-1/4″  Sport Frame Receiver A-Coat Base w/ Black Powder Coat Finish Rated up to 200/2,000 lbs. ...

Class II Trailer Hitch Draw Tite 36155

Class II Trailer Hitch Draw Tite 36155

Obsolete (11-18-2010) Brand:  Draw Tite   Part #36155 Product Features 1-1/4″ Square Frame Hitch A-Coat Base w/ Black Powder Coat Finish Rated up to 300/3,500 lbs. (GTW) Weight Car ...

Class III/IV Trailer Draw Tite 87530

Class III/IV Trailer Draw Tite 87530

Obsolete (10-24-2005) Brand:  Draw Tite  Part # 87530 Product Features 2″  Frame Receiver A-Coat Base w/ Black Powder Coat Finish Rated up to 600/6,000 lbs. (TW/GTW) Weight Carryin ...

Class III/IV Trailer Draw Tite 75165

Class III/IV Trailer Draw Tite 75165

No Picture Obsolete (10-24-2005) Brand:  Draw Tite  Part # 75165 Product Features 2″ Max Frame Receiver A-Coat Base w/ Black Powder Coat Finish Rated up to 500/5,000 lbs. (TW/GTW) ...

Class I Trailer Hitch Draw Tite 24596

Class I Trailer Hitch Draw Tite 24596

No Picture Obsolete Brand:  Draw Tite     Part #24596 Product Features 1-1/4″  Sport Frame Receiver A-Coat Base w/ Black Powder Coat Finish Rated up to 200/2,000 lbs. (TW/GTW) Weig ...

Class I Trailer Hitch Draw Tite 24668

Class I Trailer Hitch Draw Tite 24668

Obsolete (10-20-2014) Brand:  Draw Tite  Part #24668 Product Features 1-1/4″  Economical Receiver Removable Drawbar, Pin & Clip Sold Separately A-Coat Base w/ Black Powder Coat ...

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Tip # 93: Storing your Trailer

When storing your trailer for the winter don't forget to remove the battery. Tape the connections on the trailer and bring the battery into a ventilated garage. Use a storage charger on the battery over the winter and your battery will be ready to go when you are in the Spring. ...

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Tip #92: Pulling a Trailer

If your going to make a long trip pulling a trailer make sure you change the fluids in your tow vehicle. Change oil, check transmission fluid, anti-freeze and also your tire pressure. ...

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Tip #91: Moving

When moving to the southwest or western U.S. why not move for free. Trailers usually cost more in that part of the U.S. because there are no trailer manufacturers out that way. So places that sell trailers sell them at a higher price than back east. If you buy a trailer here in the east, you can re-sell it out west for what you paid for it. You get to use the trailer for free for the move. ...

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Tip #90: RV silicone spray

If in your RV owners manual it calls RV silicone spray, don't buy the RV spray from the RV Dealer. Go to Lowe's  Home Depot or your local hardware store and buy a can there. If it says RV on the can, that adds $10.00 to the price of the can. A can of regular silicone spay should only cost about $3.00 to $4.00. So save some money. ...

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Tip #89: Bumpers

We find bumpers that are on the back of travel trailer are only strong enough for the sewer hose thats in it. If you want to carry a spare tire on the rear bumper you can. Just change out the bumper with one that has a heavier wall thickness and store the sewer hose in a carrier someplace else under the trailer. ...

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Tip #88: 2013 Chevy Pickup’s

The new 2013 Chevy pickup's with the factory wiring package also has whats called a built in sway control. The truck will actually brake the trailer only if the sense-a-track system senses the back of the truck moving. This is a great product. The book on the truck also recommend using an aftermarket sway control in conjunction with the factory. ...

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Tip #87: Towing a Trailer

When towing a trailer that has a battery on it, make sure the battery is always in good shape. Chevy and Dodge trucks run a constant 12 volt to their rear plug. So, if you leave your trailer plugged in, and have a bad battery, it will drain the battery on your vehicle. On Ford trucks the 12 volt line is turned off. Separating the two batteries. On GM's and Dodges it's best when not towing the trailer to unp ...

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Tip #86: Hitch on Trailer

If you want to put a hitch on the back of your trailer you can. The thing to remember is the hitch is so far back from the axles things can bottom out back there when you go in and out of dips in parking lots or drive ways. ...

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Tip #85: Trailer Hitch

When purchasing a trailer hitch you need to look in the owners manual of your vehicle to actually see what it can pull. Hitch rating are for what the hitch can handle, not what the vehicle can actually pull. In the back of your manual in the index look under the heading trailering. If the explanation is to vague use the phone number in the manual to talk to the manufacture. ...

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Tip #84: Wiring Connector

Draw-tite & Reese are coming out with a new wiring connector that works on conductance. No direct wire connection. This part will be powered off the the battery and will be fused at this point. No more splicing unless you want to use cheaper parts. ...

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