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Old 01-09-2008, 05:46 AM   #1
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Where would one find a hi-rise hitch ball? I've seen them online, but, they don't seem to be in local stores.
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Where would one find a hi-rise hitch ball? I've seen them online, but, they don't seem to be in local stores.
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There probably is not much call for them, which is why you can't find one.

Your local RV parts place should be able to order one.

If not, then ordering online will be your only option.
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Look for a "TALL BALL"

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Well, after looking on the Reese site, there is no "Tall Ball" or hi-rise ball listed - - there was a weight limitation, and probably the lawyers got involved and killed it

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They can be found online by Googling "high rise hitch balls".
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Take yor ball to a parts house and compare with what you have. I have seen some real short balls, which you may have. You may be looking for a real tall one and not need it. The standard ball usually works fine.
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Drop by your local "U-haul" dealership...

They sell all sizes and configurations of trailer hitches and balls...

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