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    Which Hitch?

    Okay, so last week I really tweeked my Lock-N-Roll hitch. I've emailed them about replacement parts but if they don't sell parts, I'm thinking about going with the Max Coupler.

    Max Coupler link:
    http://store.adventuretrailers.com/p...x-Coupler.html

    Lock-N-Roll link:
    http://locknroll.com/

    Does anyone have experience with the Max Coupler?

    Any other hitches to consider out there?
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    for over 10 years have used a Treg hitch. works perfect. I used do have a pintle, but its a lot of added weight and soon grew tired of the clink clunk on the trail.
    http://www.tregtrailers.com.au/poly-block-couplings/
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    I've had a "LocknRoll" for 3 years and it works great. It's easy to hook up and has good articulation. I've dragged my trailer down a number of trails including the Rubicon twice. No problems!Name:  IMG_1086.jpg
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    Curious on how you tweaked it as I've had one for a few years and they seem pretty stout.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RARECJ8 View Post
    for over 10 years have used a Treg hitch. works perfect. I used do have a pintle, but its a lot of added weight and soon grew tired of the clink clunk on the trail.
    http://www.tregtrailers.com.au/poly-block-couplings/
    but they don't fail :-)

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    Curious on how you tweaked it as I've had one for a few years and they seem pretty stout.
    Jack knifed it a few times hauling rock. Flipped it once but I think it survived that.
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