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    Default Flexpoint 3 pt. receiver hitch

    Has anyone purchased a 3 pt. receiver hitch manufactured by Flexpoint ? If so I would like to hear about the quality of it .and any pros and cons about it.

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    Default Re: Flexpoint 3 pt. receiver hitch

    I am using the Flexpoint 3 point receiver hitch. I have been very pleased with it . The only con I can think of is the price - if you look through the posts you will find a lot of folks have made their own, and can do so for much less than the Flexpoint. However, I needed something quick, and did not have any spare time when I needed the thing - I haven't been sorry I purchased it.

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    Default Re: Flexpoint 3 pt. receiver hitch

    I got mine (see attached) from Quality Farm & Fleet when they were going out of business. I use it to pull around a 48" steel lawn roller. I think it is a quality product. I think I got it on sale for around $60. [img]/forums/images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]
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    I am about in the same boat as You.I do not weld and have researched all the welding shops and machine shops here and they all want a drawing with dimensions..................I know of one place in Frankfort Ky that will make one for $150 and it is close to the same thing as the one Bad Rivers manufactures!

    I think I wil order one from Northern Tool but they are like $199 + shipping and tax.

    Thank You So Much for the info

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    Spencer You got it dirt cheap is all I can say [img]/forums/images/graemlins/ooo.gif[/img] The Best I have found it priced at is around $199 plus shipping and taxes!

    I intend to move my 16 ft. Big Tex 10PI utility trailer around with it and sometimes when I have mulch for the yard! 9hoping the BX2200 will handle it) [img]/forums/images/graemlins/smile.gif[/img]

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    Default Re: Flexpoint 3 pt. receiver hitch

    Your BX should handle it fine. One of my primary uses of my BX is to move my travel trailer - about 3500-4000lbs from the back yard to the front. I don't move it far, but it is on pea gravel, around 8-9 inches thick in some spots. The BX manages to move it just fine. I ordered the hitch from Northern Tool.

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    Default Re: Flexpoint 3 pt. receiver hitch

    tomnky,

    Before you order that you might want to check with Lienbach. I got this one from them for $69.50 + S&H.

    Leinbach Machinery Company
    5000 Reynolda Road
    Winston-Salem, NC 27116
    Phone (336) 924-4115
    Fax (336) 924-6847
    E-mail:leinbach@netunlimited.net
    Leinbach@netunlimited.net

    I use it to move around my 18ft dual axle trailer.

    DFB

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    Ryan,
    That sounds like the neighborhood of the weight I probably will try to handle as the trailer itself weighs about 2,000 lbs.

    Thanks,
    Tom

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    DFB,
    Thanks for the pic.One can always count on this group for loads of Information!!!!!!! [img]/forums/images/graemlins/smile.gif[/img]

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    Default Re: Flexpoint 3 pt. receiver hitch

    This one looks good to me , as I need to move my gooseneck as well. Its ~$110, plus shipping out to me in utah brings it to about $165.00.

    Without a welder you're left with fewer options. [img]/forums/images/graemlins/mad.gif[/img] If I even tried to wheedle a welder out of my wife at this point she'd skin me [img]/forums/images/graemlins/shocked.gif[/img]

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