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Tag: Towing & Hauling

Gooseneck Hitch vs. Fifth Wheel

If you have a heavier load than a class 3 and 4 hitch can handle (such as a tow-behind RV or a horse trailer), then you need a heavier duty hitch. Try a gooseneck hitch or a fifth wheel hitch. These hitches are designed to mount in the bed of your truck to allow you to tow larger loads than you could with a standard hitch that mounts under your(…)

Towing: A Beginner’s Guide

Trailers and towing can be a complicated topic, and it’s important that you tow correctly for your own safety and the safety of other drivers. If you’re looking to start towing with your car or truck, there are a few things you’ll need to know to get started. The first thing you need to know before you pick out a trailer hitch is your vehicle’s towing capacity. You can usually(…)

Which Trailer Hitch Should I Use?

Which trailer hitch you should use depends on a few different things. The towing capabilities of your vehicle, the weight of your trailer, and the weight of the load you’re putting on your trailer. How to choose the right trailer hitch The first thing you need to know before you pick out a trailer hitch is your vehicle’s towing capacity. You can usually find this, along with some tips for(…)

Different Tie Down Straps for Different Jobs

Learn about different tie down straps for different jobs with Blain’s Farm & Fleet. If you’ve ever towed or hauled anything, you know how important it is to secure your load with tie down straps. Tie down straps keep both you and your cargo safe by keeping it securely fastened to your trailer or truck box. Without these tie downs, towing or hauling large loads would be dangerous and time-consuming. You(…)

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