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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 #56: Storing your Trailer

When storing your trailer either for the winter or over the summer DO NOT store it over grass. Grass puts off very acidic fumes and will cause it to rust out. When storing your trailer place it over concrete, gravel or asphalt. ...

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Tip #55: Towing on Highway

When towing a car behind the motorhome down the highway be careful when a car tries to get on the highway from the edge of the road. A car getting on the highway cannot see the car being towed. Move to the left. We have had a couple of customers have their car wiped out because the car getting on could not see the towed car. ...

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Tip #53: Towing a Motorhome

It use to be the only car that was towable behind a motorhome was a manual shift. That all started to change in the late 1980's with the Automatic Honda Accord. In the early 1990's GM saw a market so they started with their Saturn line of vehicles. Today there are a variety of automatic vehicles that are towable from most manufactures. To see if your vehicle can be towed behind a motorhome you need to look ...

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Tip #52: Braking System

When towing a car behind a motorhome a braking system is required in most States. Depending on how much your car weighs will depend on if brakes are required. In the State of Ohio if your car weighs more than 2,000 lbs. brakes are required.You can go to Roadmasters website, roadmasterinc.com , or call the State Highway Patrol to find what your state law requires. ...

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Tip #51: Dingy Towing

There are 2 major players in dingy towing, Blue Ox and Roadmaster. Both are very good Companies with very good products. There is also an up and coming Company called Demco in this field also. ...

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Tip #49: New Website

Look for our new website starting around the middle to end of November. It will come complete with a way to purchase some products. ...

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Tip #47: Brake Systems

There are 2 different kinds of brake systems for your trailer. There is electric and hydraulic brakes. Electric brakes require a brake control mounted in your vehicle. Hydraulic brakes have whats called a surge unit built into the coupler on the front of the trailer. Electric brakes are more controllable  but hydraulic brakes usually have less maintenance. Brakes are required on trailers with a weight ratin ...

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Tip #44: Buddy bearings

Topic - Buddy bearings. In my opinion buddy bearings are a total waste. The reason they are is if you clean and pack your bearing like you should in the Fall you will NEVER use buddy bearings. And no, pumping grease in buddy bearings does not take the place of a clean and pack. 9 times out of 10 times when you pump grease into buddy bearings you pump too much in and blow out the rear seal. If this happens, ...

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Tip #43: Flat Four Way Plug

There are two ways to clean out a flat four way plug. One would be with a simple small flat bladed screwdriver. Stick it in each hole and twist. The second would be with a small round wire brush. One that is used to clean out a .22 caliber pistle works great. Stick the brush in and turn. Last you need a small tooth brush size wire brush to clean up those grounds. ...

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Tip #42: Taking Care

As winter approaches you need to be prepared in taking care of your vehicle and your trailer. The chemicals that are put on our roads are 5 times more corrosive than in years past. Its called paying the price for safer roads. The easiest thing to do is wash your vehicle, the body and the frame. Don't forget about the trailer also. Doing a weekly wash of both will ensure both will retain their value for year ...

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