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#26

Moneybox
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From: Cue, WA
Joined: 10 October 2014
Posts: 2,466
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24 September 2020 11:05 am

CreviceSucker wrote:
BigWave wrote:

I like the 50mm ball, as if my van ever needs to be towed by another vehicle, it is the most available.
I have however substituted the original hitch with a fully articulated one to handle the roughest terrain.
With a reversing camera on my Jeep, I can hitch it easily first time.

you have something like these ?

i never used one but there are so many products coming on the market now we have a luxury of choice.

https://www.prospectingaustralia.com.au … l_type.jpg

I like the look of these couplings.


Phil, Sandra & Taz - GPX4500's, SDC2300's, White's Goldmaster GMT, Equinox 800, pans, sieves and more in a 4WD motorhome.

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#27

Dignit
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From: Melb Eastern Suburbs, VIC
Joined: 15 May 2015
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24 September 2020 07:36 pm

Phil & Sandra
Another awesome adventure ........ not the sort of adventure you want, but you both continue to amaze me with how cool you are in a time of difficulty. Phil, you sure are mister fix it. Sandra, you’re always happy with a lovely laugh, no matter the situation. Great to see. Good on you both.
Cheers Andy


GPX 5000, pick, Jeep Cherokee, Jayco Swift and gold fever

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#28

CreviceSucker
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25 September 2020 12:15 am

Moneybox wrote:
CreviceSucker wrote:
BigWave wrote:

I like the 50mm ball, as if my van ever needs to be towed by another vehicle, it is the most available.
I have however substituted the original hitch with a fully articulated one to handle the roughest terrain.
With a reversing camera on my Jeep, I can hitch it easily first time.

you have something like these ?

i never used one but there are so many products coming on the market now we have a luxury of choice.

https://www.prospectingaustralia.com.au … l_type.jpg

I like the look of these couplings.

There might be 5 or more options these days of hitches with a high rotation / low friction design but i couldnt buy one sight unseen.

I would have to go into a shop and sight each one , pick it up and try to pick design faults then evaluate which is the best one.

I am even reluctant to trust "reviews" by 4WD magazines these days after being let down by the newest / best thing that turned out to be crepe.

did any of you lot find comparisons for all these hitches ?


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