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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 #82: Tire Pressure

Check your trailer tire pressure regularly. Depending on your load in your trailer the closer you should run to the max tire pressure. On lighter loads you can run about 5 to 8 pounds light for a smoother ride. Tires should not be more than 10 pounds light when carrying a load. Under inflated tires create more friction on the road and could cause a blow out. ...

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Tip #81: Grounds

Grounds are one of the biggest problems with trailer lights. A way to tell if you have a bad ground on a peticular light is to attach your 12 volt test light to the ground on the light. Take the point of your test light and push it against the frame of the trailer. If the test light lights up the ground on the light is bad. ...

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Tip #80: Trailer Warranty

When purchasing a trailer be sure to ask about the warranty and if you have issues. Some places that sell trailers do not service them. Some warranty issues its up to the customer to get it back to the Factory. Find out where the factory is. That is why we carry Car*Mate trailers. The factory is only 2 1/2 hours from Akron. We have only taken 2 trailers in the past 8 years. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Y ...

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Tip #79: Enclosed Trailers

Enclosed trailers that have the lights on the door often lose their ground through the hinges over a period of time. If this is the case you need to run a new ground wire from the back of the light to the inside wall stud of the trailer. ...

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Tip #78: L.E.D.’s

If you want to up date your lights to L.E.D.'s there are a number of options. Some just take replacing the bulb, some you have to replace the complete light and some you just have to replace the guts of the light. Stepping up to L.E.D.'s can eventually save you money. L.E.D.'s don't burn out as often and since there is less draw on your vehicles wiring system they are better for your car. The future is defi ...

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Tip #77: Gift Certificates

When looking for a Christmas gift, places like ours offer gift certificates for Bike racks, hitches, ball mounts, trailer wiring kits and L.E.D. lights make wonderful Christmas gifts also. Gift certificates for frame repairs work also. ...

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Tip #76: Boat Trailers

Manufacturer of boat trailers often try to make them as cheap as possible. This means a lot of times they put lights on for utility trailers instead of submersible lights. They also don't put brakes on when they should. Having the proper parts on the trailer will help you travel down the road safely. ...

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Tip #75: Bolt Together Trailer

If you have a bolt together trailer and the lights are not functioning properly, you might have a ground problem. Bolt together trailers will lose their electrical connection between the joints over time. Repair this problem by running a new ground wire from the front to each light or create a jumper wire over each bolt together connection. ...

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Tip #74: Purchasing a Trailer

When purchasing a trailer you might want to have someone else look at it to see if they think its worth buying for the price. If you have to put a lot of money into it to make it legal for the road, it may not be a good buy. Trailers are just like cars, if your not careful you could just be buying junk. ...

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