articulating off road trailer hitch

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What are you guys using. I want to upgrade my trailer hitch.





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I use the same one ChevyMitchell uses. Can't remember what it's called though. I bought it in 2008 for my Land Rover trailer, and now use it for the Jeep.
 
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Well it’s not articulating, but I’ve been thinking of giving this one a try.
https://genyhitch.com/product/the-glyder-torsion-flex-hitch/
Are you planning to take your e-pro on rough stuff?
I do not plan on pulling it through the Rubicon Trail or Pritchett Canyon if that is what you are asking, but I will be off roading from Arizona to Dead Horse Alaska in 2022. I plan to haul my camper to some very remote places and set up a base camp. I am buying the hitch as kind of insurance. It only has to save me one time to be worth it. Kind of like my RCV front axles.....
 

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I have a hiker trailer on order with a mac coupler. Seems easier to hook up then the lock n roll.
 

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I just went out to the garage and checked mine. It's a lock-n-roll brand too. Honestly, it couldn't be simpler to hitch it up. I've been super pleased with mine in the 12-ish years I've owned it, and another advantage over a conventional hitch ball is that it's much quieter.
 

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