Homemade Hitch Silencer For A Trailer
I can tell whenever a trailer is being pulled down the road because of the rattling noise made by the pickup’s receiver hitch. My homemade “hitch silencer” solved that problem for me. It consists of 2 L-shaped metal brackets spaced a couple of inches apart. One bracket is welded to the hitch, and the other one is free to travel. A bolt goes through both brackets, and a nut is welded to one of them. Turning the bolt causes the forward bracket to wedge tightly into the receiver hitch so that it stays nice and quiet. (Larry Symynuk, P.O. Box 5, Denholm, Sask. Canada S0M 0R0 ph 306 445-4817; firstname.lastname@example.org)
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