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Recommend a bag/pouch/accessory for tow hitch hardware?

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  • kmcg
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    This would probably be nicer than you need to carry a hitch, but the Tom Bihn Quiver would fit those dimensions.

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  • autolycus
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    Originally posted by robmandu View Post
    I've got a tow hitch ball and mount that I keep inside my truck. Right now, they're riding in a torn up cardboard box that's too small. I'd like a right-size Tom Bihn 1000d sack of some sort to carry them around in. I need something approximately 10"x4"x4" or slightly larger in size.

    Any recommendations?
    For something like that, I'd look for an army surplus or surplus knockoff tool/mechanics bag. They'll be made of a heavyweight cotton canvas rather than a ballistic nylon, but I assure you they'll hold up to storing the hitch stuff. There are several popular designs on the surplus sites and most are < $15 and in the size range you're talking about or maybe a touch bigger.

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  • lonestar6
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    Have you thought about getting a duffle bag from army surplus and cutting it down to the size you want? Then with the money you save you could get some cool TB stuff for yourself.

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  • Recommend a bag/pouch/accessory for tow hitch hardware?

    I've got a tow hitch ball and mount that I keep inside my truck. Right now, they're riding in a torn up cardboard box that's too small. I'd like a right-size Tom Bihn 1000d sack of some sort to carry them around in. I need something approximately 10"x4"x4" or slightly larger in size.

    Any recommendations?
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