Custom Trailer Hidden Hitch Install - Tow On the Down Low
13.The plate was measured...
13.The plate was measured at the center and the holes marked on each side.
14.A drill press was used...
14.A drill press was used to drill the holes out of the plate.
15.Once the plate was finished,...
15.Once the plate was finished, Sean welded the sidebars completely up.
16.Here's a good look at some...
16.Here's a good look at some solid welds. This is what a weld should look like; good penetration and very clean, just like little stacked dimes.
17.The plate was measured...
17.The plate was measured for center again, and then tack-welded into place.
18.The plate was then fully...
18.The plate was then fully welded into place.
19.Next, the hitch was positioned...
19.Next, the hitch was positioned and tack-welded into place.
20.The crew then drew up a...
20.The crew then drew up a set of corner gussets to strengthen our hitch bar and give it the dependability needed to tow a trailer.
21.These are the cut out and...
21.These are the cut out and cleaned up gussets. Not bad, huh?
22.The hitch was double-checked...
22.The hitch was double-checked one final time to ensure that it was level and straight. Then it was completely welded to the frame on both ends.
23.The gussets were welded...
23.The gussets were welded into place on both sides.
24.That's it. Here is a look...
24.That's it. Here is a look at our custom trailer hitch, which took no time at all. We can tow our mini choppers, and now all we need is a trailer to attach to the hitch. That might help, right?
Mac's Springs (draw bar)
26746 E. Baseline
Suspension Dimension (installation)
12210 Michigan Ave., Ste. 7 & 8