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Shappell® Universal Heavy-Duty Hitch


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This heavy-duty universal hitch by Shappell is essential when towing your utility sled behind your ATV or snowmobile. Designed with rugged, 40'' long, 1'' square tube arms that adjust from 3'' to 30'' wide for maximum stability, the Universal Heavy-Duty Hitch offers a pinless connection to your sled and bindless connection to your vehicle.

  • Heavy-duty 1'' square tube arms
  • 40" long
  • Arms adjust from 3" to 30" wide
  • Use with ATV or snowmobile
  • Pinless connection to sled
  • Bindless connection to vehicle
Manufacturer model #: JSH-HD.
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Pretty neat Is extremely easy to hook up. That is improtant for those at dawn departures when it is really cold and bare fingers don't work well. Can easily be done with gloves on. March 6, 2013
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Hi, thank you for your inquiry. The U shaped bracket on the head of the hitch swivels a full 360 degrees and attaches to the hitch plate on an ATV or snowmobile with a locking hitch pin. The arms of the hitch are designed to connect to a sled or ice shelter sled without pins or clips, which makes it pinless.
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