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August 27, 2019 | Ashley Lee

Steel Hitch | Weigh Safe’s First Ever Steel Tow Hitch

Our Weigh Safe Drop Hitch is now available in a STEEL HITCH option along with our original aluminum drop hitch. Our adjustable ball mount with a built-in scale that measures tongue weight is the only trailer hitch on the market that has this built-in scale delivering necessary tongue weight information which allows you to adjust […]

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August 19, 2019 | Ashley Lee

What Size Drop Hitch Should I Buy: All About Draw Bars

We get the recurring questions: “What size drop hitch should I buy?” One major component for our adjustable ball mounts is the draw bar, which is the L-shaped portion of the hitch. The shank is the portion that fits into the receiver of your tow vehicle and has a hole to secure it in place. […]

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August 6, 2019 | Ashley Lee

Black Weigh Safe Hitch – Find Out How To Get One

You spoke and we listened! We just made a black Weigh Safe Hitch! One of the most frequent questions that we get is if we have different color options for our hitches..and the answer was always no. Well guess what? We just released the option to choose a black cerakote finish on both our Weigh […]

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August 1, 2019 | Ashley Lee

How To Tow Safely and Have Towing Peace of Mind

I decided to look up the meaning of the term “peace of mind” and I found a definition that I feel describes it perfectly. This site said, “Peace of mind is a state of mental and emotional calmness, with no worries, fears or stress. In this state, the mind is quiet, and you experience a […]

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July 29, 2019 | Ashley Lee

Boat Trailer Hitch | Why is Tongue Weight Important When Towing Your Boat?

Since it’s summer time, I found it only fitting to talk about towing boats. Our customer support team quite frequently receives questions from customers concerning their tongue weight when towing a boat as well as questions about whether or not they can submerge their boat trailer hitch in water while launching the boat. The tricky […]

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July 17, 2019 | Ashley Lee

How To Properly Load Your Trailer

If you’re trying to figure out how to properly load your trailer, there are a few things you need to know. A couple months ago we uploaded a video to our social media pages including our Youtube channel and in this video, we demonstrate what can happen if you are towing a load with improper […]

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July 3, 2019 | Ashley Lee

Towing Variability – Weigh Safe Hitches

There are a wide variety of towing needs and applications out there, so whether you’re transporting bales of hay for your livestock, bins of aluminum to be recycled, or a skid steer to your next job location, you NEED to know your tongue weight so you can get there safely. Towing variability is one of […]

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June 11, 2019 | Ashley Lee

Weigh Safe Hitch Locking Pin

The Weigh Safe Hitch Locking Pin (part # WS05) is our hitch pin that locks your hitch to your vehicle and secures it in place. It is constructed from stainless steel components including a barrel lock to prevent someone from walking off with your entire set up. Our pin comes with a little black rubber […]

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June 11, 2019 | Ashley Lee

How To Properly Install Your Dual Pin Key Lock Assembly

How To Properly Install Your Dual Pin Key Lock Assembly Dual pin key lock assembly instruction are as follows. Our Key Lock Assembly (part # WS03) is the dual pin lock plate that secures the slider/sliding ball mount in place on the L-shaped draw bar. It is constructed from aircraft grade aluminum with a barrel […]

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June 11, 2019 | Ashley Lee

How to Determine The Right Size Hitch to Buy

The Right Size Hitch to Buy How do you know which is the right size hitch to buy?  We normally recommend at least 11” of clearance from the bottom of your LOADED trailer hitch ball mount to the ground, no less. That 11” of clearance gives you some leeway for bumps, dips, and slanted driveways […]

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