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Old 09-02-2019, 03:36 PM   #21
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Did you build the hitch or buy it? If you bought it can you provide details on he make and model? I have a Crossroads 32BH that I want to put a hitch on back from a cargo and bike rack on. I want to tie it into the frame of the trailer to ensure I don't get to my destination to find it gone!
Read at the beginning of this thread, I believe all product material is stated throughout this thread.
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Old 09-02-2019, 05:09 PM   #22
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I must be blind as I don't see anything mentioning the trailer hitch. Lots of information on sewer hose holders.
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Old 09-02-2019, 05:32 PM   #23
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I must be blind as I don't see anything mentioning the trailer hitch. Lots of information on sewer hose holders.
The hitch for where the ball is on you can find almost everywhere or trailer supply. the receiver hitch is just a 6'' length of 2 5/8'' 1/4'' wall square tubing with a hole drilled into it that I welded to a 4''x 4'' square tubing welded to the frame. Don't quote me on the receiver hitch diameters as been a while since I got my material at steel supply. But you can purchase these also precut and drilled and ready to weld on yourself as I just seen them yesterday at Princess auto. plus there are bolt on, lots of options available. I chose the welding option as a welder lives across the road, and was more than reasonable price wise. Everything else was easy to cut, drill, complete in the shop myself.
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This is what I use.
I believe it's a 5in. plastic/composite corner post. I hinged the cap on one end and made a door out of it. Attached it with handy strap under the trailer from side to side. Drilled a few holes in the ends and bottom for ventilation.

Ditto Lloyd, did exactly the same until I went all peculiar and invested in the Valterra Sewer Solution system which I find works great.
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Only in America can you buy a Sewer Solution System LOL
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Only in America can you buy a Sewer Solution System LOL

and made in China.
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