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Cushioned Gooseneck Hitch
"Our new cushioned coupler replaces the original coupler on a gooseneck hitch. It absorbs the shocks of towing, making the trailer ride better. It's easier on the cargo and reduces wear to the pickup's differential and drive train," says Robert Van Vleet, Convert-A-Ball, Sidney, Neb.
The hitch post is equipped with two poly-urethane cushions that absorb up and down shocks as well as back and forth. A 2 5/16-in. ball coupler at the bottom fits over the ball on your pickup or truck and is equipped with a guide for easy hook-up. A padlock can be used to lock the coupler in the closed position so that it can't be stolen. Models are available with 3 1/2-in. round or sq. steel tubing to fit most trailers.
Sells for $389 plus S&H. Convert-A-Ball also makes a cushion ball hitch with poly shock-absorbing cushions.
Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Convert-A-Ball, Sidney, Neb. 69162 (ph 800 543-1732).

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1997 - Volume #21, Issue #6