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Receiver hitch?


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2005 700 KQ  it has the mounting hole for a ball.  currently has a 2" ball mounted up that works fine.  BUT there are a few things I'm looking at which would require a 2" receiver to mount on.  Any one have a suggestion for a quick easy way to get a 2" receiver mounted up where the ball mount is?  Id like to pull food plot type of equipment with it.  black boar implements.  rake, harrow, disc.  things like this so the receiver needs to be well mounted.

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