Off road hitch for Bungles
We have an off road camper trailer, but in an effort to save money for our trip, decided a treg off road hitch was a luxury we could get away without. We have been trying to find out if this will be ok for the trip to the Bungles or if there are too many steep bits of road where a ball hitch will get us stuck.
I have spoken to a few people who have said the road in quite often drops away from under you and was wondering if anyone had done the road in with a standard ball hitch. Not to worried about sharp turns as the trailer will follow the utes wheel tracks, but more worried about approach/departure angles as well as sharp crests. Any info would be much appreciated.
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