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Old 09-09-2014, 09:39 PM   #1
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Will this fit my Puma TT hitch?

Looking to secure my tongue with one of these, will this one fit? I'm thinking it's a 2" hitch? What's standard on TT's?



Heavy Duty Universal Coupler Hitch Trailer Lock Fits 1 7 8" 2" and 2 5 16" | eBay
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It's a universal fit , for the 3 most popular , trailer ball sizes, it will be a little loose on 2" and looser on the 2 5/16" but it will fit.
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I read the reviews, and they all sucked. I ended up getting a
Tow Ready 63227 Coupler Lock For 2 5/16" Couplers:Amazon:Automotive
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