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Old 02-20-2014, 08:21 AM   #29
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Safety wiring your nuts….

In my experience of 40 + years of towing, I think Jared is right on. I check the ball for tightness every time I tow. All of my trailer balls were torqued to the specified value, I did not use Locktite, and I have never found one to have loosened.

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