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Old 05-24-2010, 08:47 PM   #15
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The Equalizer hitch head is different for different bars—you may be able to get lesser bars, but you might have to buy a different head if you go too far down.

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Yes that's what I meant to say... The 600lb bars are skinnier therefore you need a complete new setup
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The Equalizer hitch head is different for different bars—you may be able to get lesser bars, but you might have to buy a different head if you go too far down.

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Yes that's what I meant to say... The 600lb bars are skinnier therefore you need a complete new setup

Hi, this is what they state on their site, but to me, it would make a lot more sense if they just made different sized spring bar sockets.
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Hi, this is what they state on their site, but to me, it would make a lot more sense if they just made different sized spring bar sockets.
Agreed. I wonder if the smaller sockets are interchangeable? Could they be fitted by using a bunch of washers?

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