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Old 06-10-2016, 02:22 PM   #1
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Draw Tite Hitch

I picked up my TV today, and it has a Draw Tite model #6021 20K hitch already mounted. I had planned to have to buy a hitch, but this one could just possibly do the job for me.

I will be towing a Cedar Creek 38CK which has a GVW of just over 16K.

I haven't been able to locate any discussion of this particular hitch and would be interested in hearing any thoughts from anyone who has real world knowledge of this particular hitch.

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I haven't been able to locate any discussion of this particular hitch and would be interested in hearing any thoughts from anyone who has real world knowledge of this particular hitch.
DrawTite and Reese 5er hitches are identical - both distributed by Cequent Performance Products..I had a Reese Select Series 16k hitch I used for over 10 years dragging my 5er over 100,000 miles all over the lower 48. It's about as good as a normal 5er hitch gets.

In the following link, the picture shows a 16k hitch but the fine print says it's the 20k. If yours is the 6021 20k, then it's all the hitch you need for your 16k 5er.

DrawTite Select Series 20k 5er hitch
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