A hitch for the front receiver

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Re: A hitch for the front receiver

Postby Clemsonfor » Thu Oct 29, 2020 8:21 pm

Stanton wrote:
radioguy41 wrote:I came across this spiffy ATV hitch while cruising Amazon a few days ago and thought it might be just the ticket for the front of the Cub; a 2" ball, a pin for a chain, rope, or strap, and a pinhole for a clevis/wagon hitch. Reasonable at $25 I think. The other doofungus is a hitch tightener. I use one on all my hitches. Smoother towing and quieter too, no banging up and down of the hitch in the receiver.

https://amazon.com/gp/product/B07XFZWHYK/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o07_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

https://amazon.com/CZC-AUTO-Tightener-Anti-Rattle-Stabilizer/dp/B0792RDPD6/ref=sxts_sxwds-bia-wc-p13n1_0

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You must of received a discount, because the link you gave shows Amazon's price of $29.89, not $25.

I also like the ability to change out a ball if needed. This one's welded on. Good idea, though.


If you shop much on Amazon you will notice the prices change all the time. Sometimes daily. You will see this if you buy something more than once, like an oil filter . Or for parents who have a toy in the cart thinking about buying it. Put it in at $70 and next thing you know it's $110!!!???

It happens for the stuff I buy for myself too. You can often times wait it out as well. Sometimes price increases are seasonal as well.

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Re: A hitch for the front receiver

Postby Stanton » Fri Oct 30, 2020 8:21 am

Clemsonfor wrote:If you shop much on Amazon you will notice the prices change all the time. Sometimes daily. You will see this if you buy something more than once, like an oil filter . Or for parents who have a toy in the cart thinking about buying it. Put it in at $70 and next thing you know it's $110!!!???

It happens for the stuff I buy for myself too. You can often times wait it out as well. Sometimes price increases are seasonal as well.


Good to know. Thanks.
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Re: A hitch for the front receiver

Postby Clemsonfor » Fri Oct 30, 2020 9:39 am

Stanton wrote:
Clemsonfor wrote:If you shop much on Amazon you will notice the prices change all the time. Sometimes daily. You will see this if you buy something more than once, like an oil filter . Or for parents who have a toy in the cart thinking about buying it. Put it in at $70 and next thing you know it's $110!!!???

It happens for the stuff I buy for myself too. You can often times wait it out as well. Sometimes price increases are seasonal as well.


Good to know. Thanks.

I just remembered they actually will point it out to you if the item is in your cart. I use the cart like a want list or for stuff I am comparing or thinking about. It puts it all on the same page. I will eventually delete stuff out if it but not often enough. I have hundreds of things saved for later most can be deleted. But say you put that hitch I. Your cart today. You come back next week to order it and something else or just to browse amazon. If the price has changed up or down since you placed it in the next time you click the cart there will be an astrix up top that says some prices have changed for items in your cart if it's multiples of it's just one item I believe the astrix says item x has increased in price from $25 to $28 just as an example.

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Re: A hitch for the front receiver

Postby radioguy41 » Fri Oct 30, 2020 1:11 pm

It does the same thing if you save items in your Wish List instead of right in the Cart.
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