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Old 30 March 2014, 11:50   #1
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Can I buy this?

Does anyone know where i can buy some form of eye for
the safety chain to clip on to that bolts onto the car tow
bar with the hitch mounting nut and bolt?

I am thinking something like a washer with an additional eye
that extends down below the hitch plate.


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Old 30 March 2014, 12:02   #2
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A anchor point for vans on fleebay would work ok
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Old 30 March 2014, 12:36   #3
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Just an idea
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Find a bit of gash stainless and make one yourself.
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Doesn't even have to be stainless. Being on the car/truck, it will be easy to replace if needed.

That said, check a decent trailer website; the tie-down points for boat trailers should fit the bill (basically a bar bent at 45 degrees with a hole in each leg.) They'll probably be HDG steel.

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Cant you just use a shackle .
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Sorry duplicate post ?
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Lucky for me there was a spare hole for the shackle .
Its also a great anchor point for roping the trailer down a slippery slipway .
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