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Old 03-12-2013, 08:58 AM   #57
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Keep them torqued...

Originally Posted by toocubed View Post
Art, Thanks for the feedback and I'm ordering mine.
Paul: Be sure to check the torques on the bolts after 100 miles or so...

They ship quickly after placing your order. Be safe, amigo.



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Old 10-17-2013, 05:03 PM   #58
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Hitch mate works great!

Well, I've had mine awhile.
Put it on for a trip to Creede, Co.
Made a run from Abq to White Sands and back.
Then, yesterday we pulled the Airstream from Abq to Mesa, AZ.
It works as advertised.
I am very happy with the product.

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Old 12-29-2015, 09:21 AM   #59
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Reviving and old thread....

Those of you who own the "Hitch-Vise" - what do you think of the product?

Would you buy it again?

It looks like it stops side/side movement but what about up/down?

It looks like a decent product and was I thinking about an impulse buy.....
Steve, Christy, Anna and Scout (Border Collie deceased 11-30-2016)
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2009 Dodge 2500, 6 Speed Auto, CTD, Quad Cab, Short Bed
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Old 12-29-2015, 09:40 AM   #60
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I've used a Hitch Vise for the past 6 years. The reason I bought it was to firm up hitch slop for my Rock Tamers. When loaded with the trailer on the hitch, I don't need the Hitch Vise as everything is solid. But, while at a campground and unhitched, I had a wobble in the Rock Tamers while they were on the drawbar (I leave them on all the time). The Hitch Vise solved my problem with the wobble. It's a great product. Very economical too compared to others on the market. Russ
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Old 12-29-2015, 10:39 AM   #61

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Still using the StowAway on the Boat Stinger. The only difference now is it mounts....'nuts down'.

Never had a problem with the AS Stinger. The TowBeast V Receiver has a welded sleeve with a 'double wall' around the pin ware there.



Sandra wanted to go to Cleveland on vacation,
but Iím the Husband, so we went to Cleveland.

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