Harbor Freight Tools 42708 Automobile Accessories User Manual

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Failure to do so can result in serious injury.
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Owner’s Manual & Safety Instructions
Max. Payload Capacity 870 lb.
GVWR 1,000 lb.
Net Weight 125 lb.
Rim Size 8 x 3.75 w/4 Lug Nut Pattern
Tire Size 4.8 - 8 (B), 4 PR
Tire Pressure 60 PSI, cold
Hitch Ball 1-7/8″, Class I
Bed Frame 40" x 48"
Overall Length 81-1/2"
This trailer’s Hitch Coupler MUST be
properly secured to the hitch ball of the towing
vehicle. After assembly and attachment, pull
up and down on the Hitch Coupler to make
sure the hitch ball is tting snugly in the Hitch
Coupler. There must be no play between
the hitch ball and the Hitch Coupler. If
there is play, tighten the Adjustment Nut until
no play is present. If the Adjustment Nut is
too tight, the Handle will not lock. Carefully
read and follow the complete instructions
in this manual BEFORE setup or use.
If the coupler is not secured
properly, the ball could come loose
while the trailer is in motion, possibly
causing property damage, SERIOUS
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