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Old 11-13-2018, 06:01 PM   #21
17Oaks
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Originally Posted by wingnut60 View Post
Anyone that 'rams' the pin into the hitch isn't much of a driver. The B&W I use just needs a slight push as the pin plate slides up onto the hitch plate. It closes automatically, you can see the clamps around the pin. Just need to drop the safety pin into the hole and lock it. Grease? That is what teflon plates are for, no mess, no dirt.
Its not just there, there are a few moving components underneath that need that shot of grease!
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