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Swingaway hitch frame
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I have one of these we got before leaving last December to carry Ed's scooter. No longer needed, but it's a handy thing to have. Swings right out of the way, so you can access the back of your rig. Rugged and safe.
Gently used six months. Can figure out how to ship. Website says it weighs 47 pounds. Feels more, but I lost a lot of muscle not working for a while. Used it with a harbor freight cargo carrier instead of their fancy stuff.

https://www.stowaway2.com/swingaway-hitch-frame
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which size of hitch does it have?
what do you want for it?

real close to what i will be needing to put a motorcycle on but need a little stronger
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That is a nice unit. 

Post pictures and someone will want it.
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(06-25-2018, 12:16 AM)Gary Wrote: which size of hitch does it have?
what do you want for it?

real close to what i will be needing to put a motorcycle on but need a little stronger

Has a two inch hitch tube. It says on the website that it only holds 250 lbs. Seems stronger than that to me.The tubing
is 1/4" wall thickness, angle iron and plate, 3/16, and the hinge pin is a heavy bolt. 3/4?
I paid $289.00 for it; price hasn't gone up! I'd probably want to come away with $200.00.
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Bump! Anybody interested?
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