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Old 05-11-2015, 03:36 PM   #15
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I have the Harbor Freight adjustable height hitch and have pulled a '74 VW Beetle weighting roughly 1800-1900 pounds over 10,000 miles without any problem. Before I cut off about an inch, the hitch bottomed out a few times on the pavement going in and out of driveways and it suffered no damage. Last Fall I pulled a '68 Mustang on a steel deck car trailer which weighted about 4,000 pounds. It will be put to use again in June when we depart on about a 5,000 mile round trip to Washington State.

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