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    Default Re: I almost made some scrap metal today

    Quote Originally Posted by 94BULLITT View Post
    This one is made in china.
    explains it all

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    Default Re: I almost made some scrap metal today

    Don't know, I bought a draw bar years ago, and paid dearly for it. Done some horrendous things with it. Ain't hurt it yet.

    Made in the USA. Made of USA steel.
    Worth every penny.

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    Default Re: I almost made some scrap metal today

    That don't look like no Draw bar to me Roger. My draw bar is connected under the trans
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    Default Re: I almost made some scrap metal today

    What is the correct terminology murphy 1244 ?
    Is it just a matter of a spacing point? Drawbar as opposed to draw bar?

    I like things to be clear too.

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    Default Re: I almost made some scrap metal today

    The draw bar does not mount on the links, its mounted to the rear end diff.
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    Default Re: I almost made some scrap metal today

    And the bar mounted on the links are called....?
    What?

    It's an honest question.
    Just want to get it all straight in my head.

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    Default Re: I almost made some scrap metal today

    Have to look at a TSC catalog. That's a 3 point trailer hitch bar
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    Default Re: I almost made some scrap metal today

    Seems they call them both Draw Bars. My fault very
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    Default Re: I almost made some scrap metal today

    Thanks,
    gotcha, so a hitch bar is the more correct term.

    So then, many years ago I bought a hitch bar. I paid dearly for it, like I had to wash my shorts out when the bill came due.
    Done some horrendous things with it since.
    And it wasn't suffered a bit.

    Made in the USA. Made of USA steel.
    Worth every penny.

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    Default Re: I almost made some scrap metal today

    Both are called drawbars.

    The very definition of a drawbar :
    A bar on a vehicle to which something can be attached to pull it or be pulled.
    Seems they both fit the definition
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