Professional Gradeness Restored
Shop-Teacher last edited by Shop-Teacher
After wrestling the rusty old crap off and replacing the rear bumper, today it was time to install the new hitch.
It went off, well, without a hitch. The spare tire is a tight squeeze (I need to replace the 14-1/2 year old spare), but it all went together just fine.
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Derrr ... How do I get a picture in here from my phone?
interstate366 last edited by
For adding an image from your phone, you’ll want to choose the icon on the far right of the menu, just below the post arrow. The other one is for linking one from a website.
Alfalfa last edited by
go over to the other image icon on the far right, circled in yellow
RallyDarkstrike last edited by
Looks good! I've thought about getting a hitch for my car for a small utility trailer at some point, but I don't know how much I'd use it...
@rallydarkstrike I had a utilty trailer for a while, but my state made the annual registration fees so high, that now I just rent one from Uhaul when I need one. They're only like $15 a day.
It used to cost $18 a year to register a trailer here, now it's $118 a year.
MasterMario last edited by
@mastermario I know! It's crazy. You essentially cannot buy a used trailer from Wisconsin down here. Because y'all don't issue titles for them north of The Cheddar Curtain, Illinois won't register them. You used to able to get a homebuilt title pretty easily, but they've made that virtually impossible now.
We recently discovered though, that the Vermont trick my buddy and I use for scooters without a title, works for trailers too. My buddy was going to get rid of his trailer too, because the registration wasn't worth it, but instead, "I will be buying it" and registering it in Vermont. Screw you Illinois!