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doverarjim

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Hey anyone from Fl, can you answer a question for me. I spent 5 days around Tampa and Sarasota this last week, and I noticed that almost all trucks that had trailer hitches no one had a ball on the truck. In other words the reciver was just a big hole with nothing in it. Is it a state law that if you are not pulling a trailer you must remove your ball? Inquiring minds want to know. :devil:

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I keep my hitch in allll the time. Never comes out. It's good for if someone hit's you in the rear---it saves your truck.

 

I do the same in my work truck. I proved my above theroy. Someone rear-ended me while I was in my F150 4x4 work truck--it totaled their car, it only scuffed the rear bumper pad.. I was amazed.

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I just thought it was strange not seeing every reciever with a hitch in it like around here. It's strange what you notice when you are on vacation. I thought that I had posted this in the general fourm but some how it got into the picture post section so here goes. Thanks guys! :seeya:

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I keep my hitch in allll the time. Never comes out. It's good for if someone hit's you in the rear---it saves your truck.

 

Also works wonders when your wife backs into a Cavalier too. Puts a VERY nice square rectangle right on the hood!! :)

 

 

Isn't it amazing, when the wife drives my rig, the mirrors fall off and the "automated neck brace system" engages and it is IMPOSSIBLE for her to look BEHIND her??

 

Anyone else have a truck/wife like this?? :seeya:

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