Coleman Atv/Utv 3-Way Hitch - 2"

Priced: $34.99 Rated:   - 3 stars out of 5 by 2 reviews.
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Coleman Atv/Utv 3-Way Hitch - 2" -
Use a ball, pin pull or a tow loop without changing hitches. Fits all ATVs and UTVs with a factory ball-mount hitch. Also has a receiver mount for additional ball-mount inserts. A reversible insert allows for easy height adjustment.
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Coleman Atv/Utv 3-Way Hitch - 2" Reviews:

Negative Reviews:

Would recommend only on 1 condition....

If you have a welder go ahead and order the hitch. If you don't have a welder, then pony up the extra coin and buy a hitch made for your ATV. If you look at the picture to the far lower left , you can make out a big nut and bolt. That nut and bolt is what attaches the hitch to your ATV. To the left of that bolt is what is already attached to your ATV and is not included in the box. I installed the hitch per the directions, then went on a back country Caribou hunt with my meat wagon in tow. I made it about 5 or 7 miles before that bolt came loose and the tongue of the trailer swung around and repeatedly banged into the suspension coils on the rear of my ATV. Now if you have a welder or a friend with a welder or feel like stopping by a shop to get the thing welded together, then ya go a head and purchase this. I say that because, with a little effort, you can have a nice hitch on the back of your ATV for about half price. What I did was grind the paint and bevel the edges right where the big nut and bolt are. Then installed the hitch per the directions on the box and lined everything up straight and torqued the snot out of that bold. Then removed the stock piece that came on my ATV with the hitch attached, torqued, and beveled. Then welded the entire area around that big bolt and put some black BBQ grill paint on it to prevent rust. So, I would recommend either follow my steps or something similar if you want to save a few bucks with a little work, or just spend double for a quality hitch that is designed for your ATV. But don't buy this hitch thinking that your gonna throw it on and that it will last forever because it definitely will not, even with a small garden trailer I still think it will loosen up.
AlaskanKyle at Cabelas on 09/24/2012

Neutral Reviews:

Could use improvment

All in all a good idea. First I got rid of the bolt and nut that came with it and replaced it with a grade 8 bolt and nut, second I did as the other review said and put weld on it. Even if I used a air impact wrench it would work loose.Welded it and the nut,bolt it wont come loose again. That made it a good hitch.If you don't want it to work loose under heavy use weld it on!
12ga3andahalfmag at Cabelas on 01/04/2014