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Shin-Saving Pickup Hitch
When Bert Kirk, Altus, Okla., bought a new pickup with an extended cab, he decided not to put an across-the-box toolbox in the bed because it would take up too much room in the shortened box.
  That meant he would have less storage room for carrying hitches, drawbars, etc. So he hit on a space-saving, shin-saving idea.
  He mounted a tube crossways underneath the pickup's receiver hitch. When not in use, he uses it to carry a hitch assembly that consists of a ball hitch and straight drawbar. It's carried out of the way, underneath the back edge of the bumper. A smaller ball mounts on the bumper itself.
  The arrangement gives him three towing options that are quickly available whenever he needs them.
  Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Bert L. Kirk, 409 Mockingbird Dr. S., Altus, Okla. 73521 (ph 442 482-6477).

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2001 - Volume #25, Issue #3