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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 #41: Modulite

Newer cars today require a modulite for even a simple flat four way wire. The cars require a modulite because the wire on the car is insuffient to handle the additional load of the trailer. A modulite pulls its power directly off the battery and only uses the rear wires on the vehicle as an activation. Not using a modulite when required can cause wires to melt and blown fuses among other possible damage. ...

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Tip #39: Di-Electric Grease

Are you done using your trailer plug on the back of your vehicle for the year? If so, pack with some di-electric grease for the winter. This will help keep the salt off the contacts and keep them ready for next year. ...

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Tip #38: Ball Mount

Whenever you finish with your ball mount, bike rack or other accessories in your hitch remove them. Parts left in your hitch for extended periods of time can corode in or become a shin buster or could eventually get stolen. Use locks while in use, remove when done. ...

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Tip #37: L.E.D. Lights

L.E.D. lights are coming down in price over the years. They use less current then standard bulbs and are less likely to burn out. With less current draw these lights are easier on your battery. The average L.E.D. last for approximately 22,000 hours. They make L.E.D. to go right into your existing sockets and also complete replacement lights. L.E.D. means Light emitting diode. ...

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Tip #36: Bearings

Dexter Axle recommends when you get to the lake to wait for a 1/2 hour to allow your bearings to cool down. If your bearings are warm when you back into the water it will actually pull a small amount of water into the bearings. This is why you need to have your bearings on a boat trailer cleaned and packed with fresh grease yearly. ...

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Tip #35: Hitch Balls

There is actually 3 different size hitch balls that are manufactured pull behind trailers (Tag trailer). They're 1 7/8", 2", 2 5/16". Make sure you have the right size for your trailer. ...

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Tip #34: Towing a Trailer

When towing a trailer always make sure your capacity ratings on trailer axles, coupler, ball mount, ball, torsion bars (if needed) and hitch are rated strong enough for your load. Your only rated to your smallest capacity listed on anyone of these items. If you value what you are hauling or other peoples lives on the road, NEVER GO OVER THE SMALLEST RATING! ...

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Tip #33: Used Trailer

If your looking to purchase a used trailer here are a few things to check out. 1. If it is an enclosed trailer climb inside and close the doors and see if you see light coming through the roof. 2. Look for dark stains on the inside plywood. This could mean a leak on the roof or wall. 3. Take along a jack and a battery charger. Use the jack to jack the trailer up and spin the wheels, listen for bearing noise ...

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Tip #31: Tire Inflation

Keep your tires on your vehicle with proper tire inflation. You can lose 1 to 2 mile per gallon just by having your tires a couple of pounds under pressure. Most tire pressure recommended pressures are post on the drivers side door jam area. The pressure posted on the tire is the max amount, not actually what the pressure should be for the best ride. ...

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Tip #30: Long Distances

When you traveling long distances with your trailer its a good idea to have a new hub with bearings packed and ready to go. Most people remember a spare tire, but a hub with new bearings can be just as important when towing a trailer. ...

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