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    Need a new hitch ? try these guys

    Hitchesforless.com Great service and prices and they seem to have everything. New wheels--new hitch. T.

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    RE: Need a new hitch ? try these guysTom

    Tom are you sure that isn't a quickie marrying joint out of Las Vegas??

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    RE: Need a new hitch ? try these guysTom

    I see Elvis is on their website. :)

    Ok, this may be a dumb question, but I'm assuming if you buy from here you install it yourself. I need a new hitch for my 2002 truck, but I bet it would take some know how to get the old one off with the corrosion, etc? Any tips?

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    RE: Need a new hitch ? try these guysTom

    >I see Elvis is on their website. :)
    >
    >Ok, this may be a dumb question, but I'm assuming if you buy
    >from here you install it yourself. I need a new hitch for my
    >2002 truck, but I bet it would take some know how to get the
    >old one off with the corrosion, etc? Any tips?


    Rattle wrench and a torch. You can take anything apart with those two tools.


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    RE: Need a new hitch ? try these guysTom

    Torch must be a colloquial term for "smoke wrench?"

    Steve Petree
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    RE: Need a new hitch ? try these guysTom

    >I see Elvis is on their website. :)
    >
    >Ok, this may be a dumb question, but I'm assuming if you buy
    >from here you install it yourself. I need a new hitch for my
    >2002 truck, but I bet it would take some know how to get the
    >old one off with the corrosion, etc? Any tips?

    If you have any small gap if the hitch loosened at all, a saws-all works very nicely. :)

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