Originally Posted by featherbedder
If I had receiver that had slop that some have posted I would pur. new one and not mess with them. AS are expensive and to take chance of receiver failing or some other malfuction even splitting, maybe cause accident or other safety issues, plus liability if accident involved. Any of these issues could be expensive or even loss of life. Prior post of 3/4 inch slop very bad, or any slop. IMO not worth a plugged nickel.
Most have "slop".....if you find one that doesn't have any, let us know.
A few years back slop was added just so they wouldn't rust themselves in permanently.
Our Reese Class V Tow Beast was purchased for design/build quality over OEM, not as a slop removing remedy.