Quicky Cub Hitch

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Quicky Cub Hitch

Postby Virginia Mike » Wed May 21, 2008 6:03 pm

A bolt-on bumper reciever can be bolted upside down on the swinging drawbar allowing the use of inserts.
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A small carrier can be inserted to carry light items to the garden. Careful, don't overload it!
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Mike
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