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5/8 In Chrome Swivel Hitch Pin

$9.60
$13.44 (You save $3.84)
SKU# 21551
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CURT
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    • Quickly secures ball mounts and other receiver tube inserts with no clip needed
    • Permanently attached swivel clip cannot be lost
    • Bent handle for an easier grip
    • Fits 2" x 2" receiver tubes
    • Protected by a durable chrome-plated finish

    When you mount a ball mount on your trailer hitch, you expect it to stay put. Whatever type of load you are hauling, having towing equipment that can work as hard as you do is a must. For all types of heavy-duty towing, CURT 5/8" hitch pins and clips pack a little extra punch. We make our 5/8" hitch pins out of solid steel and coat them in one of four finish options. All of these finishes offer excellent resistance to rust and corrosion for long-lasting, smooth operation. CURT hitch pins are also constructed with a 105-degree bend, creating a useful handle for a better grip and allowing the pin to stay securely engaged in the trailer hitch and ball mount.

    This particular 5/8" hitch pin features a zinc finish and comes with a swivel-type retainer. Instead of using a detachable clip as a retainer, the swivel pin features a metal tab mounted on a hinge on the end of the pin. When the pin is inserted into the receiver tube, the tab can be flipped sideways to keep the pin in place, and when you want to remove it, the tab can be rotated again to allow the pin to easily slide out. Operation is quick and easy, and there is no risk of losing the retainer clip. This 5/8" pin provides reliable installation for any ball mount or hitch-mounted accessory with a 2" shank, making it the perfect fit for class 3, 4 and 5 trailer hitches.

    How to Install Hitch Pin - CURT Manufacturing (00:41)
    http://www.curtmfg.com All US roadways are designed with rain run-off in mind leaving the highest point in the center and allowing the rain to run off towards the ditches. This is something you should keep in mind when installing your receiver pin. Always insert the pin on the driver's side of the receiver tube so if something were to happen to the cotter pin the vibrations of the road will drive the pin further in place. Instead of allowing it to fall out. This is also why when towing you should routinely check your towing set-up. Another way to combat this problem is by checking out one of CURT's lockable receiver pins.
    • How to Install Hitch Pin - CURT Manufacturing
      http://www.curtmfg.com All US roadways are designed with rain...

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