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Clam's Pro Series Tow Hitch

Clam's Pro Series Tow Hitch is ultra durable and easy to use. Constructed of powdered coated steel, the hitch includes a pull handle that makes it easy maneuver the shelter. Adjustable length to accommodate different sled style fish houses and towing ATV's and snowmobiles. Works with all Fish Traps and most other sled-style fish houses, $89.99.

  • Used with Snowmobiles or ATV
  • Powdered coated steel construction
  • Quick and easy to attach/detach
  • Adjustable length from 35 to 47 inches
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