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    Very Active Member BLUEKNIGHT911's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by trikermutha View Post
    There is nothing wrong on keeping the swivel hitch on your trailer. If fact I put one on my Spyder trailer . This is my personnel preference .
    " swivel hitch " ….. I don't know if what I made is considered a - swivel hitch ….. I made one from a Toyt trk. " tie rod end " the ball and post is solidily attached to the Spyder hitch …. the Rod part attaches to the trailer tongue …. with this set-up there is ZERO slack or slop …. and if some tries to steal the trailer they have a hard time figuring out how ??? ………. Mike

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    I think I have put the Spyder hitch to the test and it has passed with flying colors. So has the RT-622 passed the test.

    2017 F3T-SM6 Squared Away Mirror Wedgies & Alignment
    2014 RTS-SM6 123,600 miles Sold 11/2017
    2014 RTL-SE6 8,600 miles
    2011 RTS-SM5 5,000 miles
    2013 RTS-SM5 burned up with 13,200 miles in 13 weeks
    2010 RTS-SM5 59,148 miles
    2010 RT- 622

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