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Also this new hitch doesn’t go in enough to pin it. I have options: I could elongate the hole, could remove metal from the receiver on the bumper (either completely, or bottom only), I won’t remove metal from the new hitch, that’ll weaken it. If I elongated the hole, the hitch pin would only be hold...
Top picture. I think the strongest way would be to go to the same hole the hitch ball goes through. The holes in the tubing are too big, and it’s only about 3/16” thick. I need to see if the hitch ball stud will reach through both pieces. Middle picture. The top could tie in to the two 1/2” bolts at...
My drop hitch broke off right at the receiver tube last time I was hauling firewood, the safety chains did as they should. I bought a new drop hitch, but want to avoid the same thing happening again. I want to get some triangulation from hitch ball level to tube level, but back a ways. Basically mak...
- Fri Sep 11, 2020 12:13 am
- Forum: Tips
- Topic: and the "butt-head of the week" award goes to:
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I replaced the drivers side rear wheel cylinder yesterday, it was leaking. Today I adjusted the brake shoes back out, I had to back them off to get the drum off. Also bled the brakes today, it took a long time to get the fluid moving, then to get all the air out. But seems good now.