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Hitch Doktor (BLACK), is the Ultimate Trailer Hitch "Shin" Protector. Made of long lasting durable Vinyl Coated Foam Rubber. UV Resistant. Slips over most Trailer Hitch Ball and Nut. No need to remove it when towing. Nothing to keep track of when pulling a trailer.

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  • Trailer Hitch "Shin" Protector. Everyone has hit their shin on a trailer hitch
  • at one time or another. The "Hitch Doktor" protects you from hurting you shin
  • when you hit the trailer hitch. • Made of long lasting durable Vinyl Coated Foam Rubber. • UV Resistant • Slips over most Trailer Hitch Ball and Nut. • No need to remove it. • Nothing to keep track of when pulling a trailer.


Product Description

• Made of long lasting durable Vinyl Coated Foam Rubber. • UV Resistant • Slips over most Trailer Hitch Ball and Nut. • No need to remove it. • Nothing to keep track of when pulling a trailer.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 8 ounces
  • ASIN: B004QLRKLQ
  • Item model number: BL101
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #576,880 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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By R. Brown on July 19, 2012
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I recently dislocated my knee when I barely side-swiped my knee cap on the hitch due to having my hitch up higher than normal. I imediately went searching for a product like this to prevent it from ever happening again. As with anything that seems too good to be true, I was skeptical that it would work like it claimed (cheap, universal fit, can stay on while trailer is hitched to ball & truly protects my leg) but THIS LITTLE DEVICE IS EVERYTHING IT CLAIMS TO BE. I think my favorite feature/trait is that the rounded profile of the perimeter edges actually helps guide your leg away from the hitch, by creating a rolling motion as the foam "gives" slighly when hit. It's also thick enough as well as soft enough to prevent you from ever breaking the skin if you hit it hard. It's the same self skinned foam that you see on floating key chains, can huggers and some life vest. It's a win-win deal to me. I ordered both an orange one for visibilty to make doubly sure I see the hitch, and a black one in case I eventually want it to blend in and be invisible. I plan on buying a bunch of these as Christmas presents for all my friends that cringed and nodded their head in agreement when I told them what happened to my leg, because they'd done it too.
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After only four months of an easy winter the Hitch Doktor began to rip and get brittle.
I'd go for a solid (but probably not as soft) plastic bumper that can withstand the outdoors and last years, not months.
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After walking around my car and my dads truck at night and busting my shin on the hitch a few times I knew something had to be out there to fix the busted shin problem. This works perfectly. Fits over the ball and around the bolt so it is very secure. My shin, wife, and mother are all greatful.
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works good. prone to tears and cracks.
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