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RamblinMan 729 2,601 August 2, 2016 at 12:22 PM in Auto Parts & Supplies (5) More Sears Deals
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Promoted 08-02-2016 by iconian at 03:30 PM View Original Post
Sears and Sears Auto Center are clearing out selected Reese tow products with prices starting at $2.47. Store pick-up is free (availability my vary by location). Thanks RamblinMan
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Edited August 2, 2016 at 08:08 PM by annie930ny
There were 14 Reese tow accessories [sears.com] showing on clearance at Sears or Sears Auto Center.
Ship to store or free store pick up are the only options available. No ship to home.
These are marked clearance, so very few coupons would work.
Still, good prices and good way to use up expiring SYWR points.
If paying $50+ OOP, the $10 back in points on $50 offer will apply.

SOME EXAMPLES:
Reese Chrome Interlock Trailer Hitch Ball 2 5/16-Inch Ball 1-Inch x 2-Inch Shank [sears.com] $3.47

Reese Chrome Interlock Trailer Hitch Ball 1-7/8-Inch Ball 1-Inch x 2-Inch Shank [sears.com] $2.97

Reese Class III Interlock Ball Mount 2-Inch Drop 10 1/2-Inch Shank [sears.com] $5.47

Reese Towing Hitch Reducer/Adapter (2in. - 1.25in.) [sears.com] $4.47
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I don't have a towing thing in my suv, but would like to add one. what all will i need?
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I don't have a towing thing in my suv, but would like to add one. what all will i need?
weld in a carrier

some bolt in and can be had on amazon around $150

uhaul will also install them if you aren't mechanically inclined. cost out the door about $250-270
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Excellent! I just got a new (to me) truck, and was looking for exactly these. Helps me burn off a tiny % of the points I got from the Gladiator sale yesterday.
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It looks like Amazon has matched these prices.
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Thanks for posting. I needed 2 additional step hitches and I prefer these over the adjustable ones.
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It looks like Amazon has matched these prices.
Yea but most of them are add on items which sucks.
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#10
Good find. Unfortunately too late for me, but thanks for sharing.
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When it comes to the hitch balls, what size do I need? Also what do all the dimensions/measurements mean?

I see the size of the ball itself plus 2 more additional requirements: 1" x 2" or 1/2" x 1 1/2" or 3/4" x 1 1/2" or 3/4" x 2"
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Nice and thanks OP!
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When it comes to the hitch balls, what size do I need? Also what do all the dimensions/measurements mean?

I see the size of the ball itself plus 2 more additional requirements: 1" x 2" or 1/2" x 1 1/2" or 3/4" x 1 1/2" or 3/4" x 2"
1 7/8" ball is typical for smaller trailers, 2" is typical for medium/larger trailers. 2 5/16" is typical for very large/industrial type trailers - probably not you. You'll need to look at the tongue of what you're planning to to to figure out which you'll need. At this price, you can buy both.

The second set of numbers refers to stem size on the ball, Class III to V 2" square tongues often use the larger shank diameter. Class II square tongues typically use the smaller shank. Again, you'll need to look at the tongue you plan to use and match it up. Do not use a smaller shank ball on a tongue with a larger hole.

This page might be helpful.

http://www.autozone.com/landing/p...-and-mount
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Last edited by SquirtTortuga August 2, 2016 at 03:21 PM
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Quote from racebum View Post :
weld in a carrier

some bolt in and can be had on amazon around $150

uhaul will also install them if you aren't mechanically inclined. cost out the door about $250-270

I am getting a car next week which has towing installed. I guess I will need these to add something to the towing on the car? Like attach a carrier or something?
Any idea how many of these should I get? 1 or each or 2 of each? Thanks.
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When it comes to the hitch balls, what size do I need? Also what do all the dimensions/measurements mean?

I see the size of the ball itself plus 2 more additional requirements: 1" x 2" or 1/2" x 1 1/2" or 3/4" x 1 1/2" or 3/4" x 2"
the other two numbers are the diameter and length of the threaded part on the bottom of the ball, the part that bolts too that bar.

Quote from emofals View Post :
I am getting a car next week which has towing installed. I guess I will need these to add something to the towing on the car? Like attach a carrier or something?
Any idea how many of these should I get? 1 or each or 2 of each? Thanks.
if you are just installing a bike rack or basket then you won't need this. those will just slide into the hitch that comes on the car. these things are only for towing trailers.
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