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Old 01-17-2018, 08:43 AM   #21
Jonas
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I'm just curious, not trying to pile on or doubt your decision. But why would you not want a WDH to tow with? I don't think I've heard that expressed on the forum before.
My setup tows, handles and stops with no issues or complaints whatsoever.
However... I do a lot of "off-roading" and am actually considering converting to a pintle hitch in order to give me more trail maneuverability.
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