As I have gotten older, the trailer hitch ball mount has gotten heavier. So I made a dolly to transport the ball mount to and from the truck. I started with a small dolly that has four swivel casters. I then made a support for the ball mount out of 2-by-6-inch lumber and plywood. The height is calculated so the ball-mount stinger lines up with the receiver. A minor amount of effort is required to slide the ball mount into the receiver or to remove it.
Bill Vanhook | York, South Carolina
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