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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 #29: Fluid Level

Always check your fluid level in your surge brake before each use. Having not enough fluid will cause the surge unit to not work properly. Also cover the surge unit during the summer time to keep the heat off the seal for the cap. When the seal dry rots it will allow water to get into the master cylinder. ...

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Tip #28: Bad Ground

A good indication that you have a bad ground on your trailer is to turn your trailer lights on. If your lights go out when you put your foot on the cars brake pedal, you have a bad ground on your trailer. ...

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Tip #27: Proper Pitch

The biggest mistake I see people make when they get into towing a trailer is buying the proper hitch for their new trailer. Go to a place that installs hitches to get the proper info on purchasing the right hitch for your trailer. Don't let the trailer salesman sell you to large of a trailer for your vehicle unless you plan on buying a new car or truck. A place that installs hitches for a living will also b ...

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Tip # 25: Backing up a Trailer

Backing up a trailer. The easiest way to back up a trailer is by first putting your hands at the bottom of the steering wheel. Which ever direction you want the trailer to go, thats the direction you turn the wheel. Be sure to use the mirrors or the over the shoulder look when backing up. If you happen to have a longer ball mount the trailer will not respond as quickly as if you have a shorter mount. It als ...

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Tip #24: Choosing a Trailer

There are a number of different brands of trailers on the market. Just like they're many different makes and model vehicles. When choosing a trailer most of the time the higher the cost on a trailer the better constructed it is. You can never go on price alone. With trailers you definitely get what you pay for. Also ask about the warranty and if something happens who's going to fix it. Some parts on the tra ...

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Tip #22: Aftermarket Parts

Aftermarket parts. When you put after market wiring parts on your vehicle they can make things happen on your vehicle if they go bad. Take it back to where those parts were installed to have it checked out. If you installed them, disconnect the parts and see if that corrects the problem. Aftermarket parts are just as good as factory parts. They are just lesser priced if you have a problem. ...

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Tip #20: Getting Trailer Ready for Winter

With today being September 17th its time to start thinking about getting boat trailer and travel trailers ready for winter. Di-electric grease (check), covers for wheels (check), place to put trailer not over grass (check), winterize boat and travel trailer (check), Bearings cleaned & packed (check), Lines blown out on travel trailer (check), place to have boat shrunk wrapped (check). These are things t ...

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Tip #19: Constuction Zones

When traveling with a trailer, if you happen upon a construction zone, stay in the truck lane if one is marked. Truck lanes in constuction zones are actually 2 foot wider than the other lane. ...

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Tip #18: Trailer Tires

When you see cracks from dry rot on the side of your trailer tires, its time to change them. Most trailer tires will need to be replaced do to dry rot long before tread wear is ever an issue. If tread wear is an issue then this could be an even bigger issue with axle problems. Shielding tires with a tarp or cover will help keep tires from dry rot. Also there are tire conditioners you can spray on to help al ...

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Tip #16: Trailers Price Variations

Trailers have extreme price variations and buyers often tend to look for the best deal, which is fine. However, a word of advice - compare apples to apples. Not all trailers are created equal. First, make sure you are buying the right trailer for the job. Like any job, you need the right tool for the job. Next, determine the type trailer needed and then turn to how it is manufactured. Trailers cannot be exp ...

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