I'm sure breaking the pin is common (or at least ruining the spring), and that's a nice idea. Thanks for sharing as it looks simple.Well I broke my pin also and been using this .works great even if you forget to take it out .open on its own
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Brett, any guides (or at least tips) for long term maintenance of the XO?Hi to all that follow this thread
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If you mean a hitch as opposed to the trailer jack, the best off-road hitch available is the McHitch from Australia. You can see one in the photo I posted above. Mine is the original design. He has a newer model available.Any idea when the trailer hitch will be available in the states?
That looks great, but when I consider that I have three different tow vehicles in current rotation (and three more in reserve) plus four different trailers and plans to build a fifth, the idea of trying to convert over to a completely different hitch system looks prohibitively expensive. Especially if someone is coming out with an offroad hitch coupler that will work with the 2" balls that I already have in place in each of the tow vehicles.
Brett, any guides (or at least tips) for long term maintenance of the XO?