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Pete said:
I'm not sure if you're joking or not, but I wrap my hitch with a couple layers of electrical tape, then insert it into the receiver, to eliminate the rattling; cheap, easy, works.
You know I don't joke about duct tape.
 
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Is it rattling when you are towing, or just have the hitch in the receiver? When I'm not towing anything I remove the ball/hitch to keep some azzhole from stealing it.
 

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Pete said:
I'm not sure if you're joking or not, but I wrap my hitch with a couple layers of electrical tape, then insert it into the receiver, to eliminate the rattling; cheap, easy, works.
Pete, you misspelled bitch again and I thought I said REPLY IN PM on my last message? come on man...


To answer other stuph:
- it happens when I tow from the trailer being herky jerky out back. When not in tow I typically take the the whole affair out in consideration of my sanity and fellow mankind*.

- there is actually very minimal clearance between the opening of the receiver and the ball mount, tried the tape trick and it either shreds off or gets caught near the slat for the pin and blocks entry (twist away preverts)

- Cong.:D , I would but it would detract from my 14" exhaust, allegedly good for .006 hp @ 13,625 rpm...


OTOH I did realize pretty much any enclosed trailer weighs more then my car to start with. I was sort of amused at the thought of that...
 
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