Tuesday, January 31, 2012
Slam Hitch is a bolt-on, drop-down, towing receiver assembly for lifted pickup trucks.
CHERRY VALLEY, CA—The Slam Hitch is designed to accommodate ball and pintle hitches of any size and enables a lifted pickup owner to “drop down” the towing assembly when required, and to retract it upward snugly to the truck's frame when not in use. Unlike other, fixed-mount, rigid towing assemblies, the Slam Hitch will not dramatically reduce the vertical clearance of the truck. Where other towing assemblies effectively defeat the purpose of a raised-suspension truck, the Slam Hitch will perform as a strong, dependable, heavy-duty towing package-yet retract when the towing job is completed, “stowing itself”, in effect, neatly to the underside of the frame.
The Slam Hitch was invented by Glen Sam James of Cherry Valley, CA. He said, “For lift-truck enthusiasts, the Slam Hitch will offer reliable towing performance-and keep their lift-truck the vehicle they want it to be for off-roading, mud-bogging, and other adventures.”
To view a graphic of the Slam Hitch along with complete information on design features, advantages, benefits, target markets and distribution channels, please see the attached brochure. To view the webpages of this product click on the following links or type into your browser: www.inventionpublicity.com/?id=4509 or www.sellidea.com/?id=4503 or www.virtual-prototype. com/?id=4504