any hitches out there?

feelstranger feelstranger at
Wed May 12 07:58:18 EDT 2004

You are correct, I'm wondering what the deal is too.  What I do wonder is if
Da'lan actually makes 2 different hitches for the same car - 200?  The
bageco site indicates that it is a removable draw bar receiver type and it
seems unlikely that Da'lan would make two hitches of this type that mounted
differently for the 200.  Also if Da'lan makes two different hitches for the
200/V8 would be good info.  I think I will have to make some calls.

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Charles Baer" <charlie at>
To: <200q20v at>
Sent: Tuesday, May 11, 2004 8:37 PM
Subject: Re: any hitches out there?

> Caveat emptor.  Before listers settled in with the DaLan, there were
> reports of cheaper designs with bad mount choices tearing off of type44s.
> The 200 and V8 usually mount the same hitch, the bageco site shows a
> beefier "pro" V8 model instead of the one for the 200s.  If they will send
> you mounting documentation in reponse to using the "additional information
> request" button, you can confirm that it mounts to the frame and how much
> cutting is required.
> I was about to be really bummed out about having just spent the $350
> at hitchweb, but the 200 model appears to be one of the lesser designs.
> Not that there might be listers who haven't had a hint of trouble with
> these,
> but the incremental cost is cheap insurance.
> Interesting how the V8 model is the same price as the lesser rated 200
> hitch,
> wonder if there is a typo on the web site.  Designs like what they label
> as Pro
> usually cost more than the others.
> Charlie
> feelstranger wrote:
> >Well, I would like a used unit, but I found this listing - cheaper then
> >hitch-web...
> >
> >
> >
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