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Just got this 700 grizz and I'm adding a hitch ball on the back just for the sake of having a good trailer tie down point. Not sure what I'd be towing with the bike in the future but I suppose I'd like to get whatever ball size would be most common on the things I'd be likely to tow with an ATV.

So which size yall think would be best...1 7/8", 2", or 2 5/16" ?

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Do you have a trailer which you plan on using the ATV to move? If so what size coupler does it have?

If having to pick only one, I'd probably choose 1 7/8 just because they can be used on a 2" coupler in a pinch.

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