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Fastway helps users determine which ball mount to use

Fastway helps users determine which ball mount to use

PROVO, Utah — Fastway Flash ball mounts are backed by a company with 70 years of experience building towing products. With three models, how do you determine if the Flash ALBM, STBM or the E series is best for the application?

In order to make it easier to determine which adjustable aluminum ball mount best meets the needs, Fastway Trailer Products recently launched a video and inforgraphic comparing the features and benefits of each model. In the video, Trevor Millar, Fastway account manager, makes it easy to understand the differences between Fastway’s three top-selling adjustable aluminum models, the ALBM, STBM and E series.

If you are looking for a ball mount with lightning-quick adjustments, stunning good looks and one that’s almost impossible to steal, the ALBM is for you. With integrated (built-in) locks, you know your ball mount is secure on your truck, and the dual locking hitch balls make towing different trailers a snap. With a gorgeous finish and beautiful engineering, the ALBM is top-of-the line in design and function.

The Fastway Flash STBM is a quiet anti-rattle ball mount, a release from Fastway stated. It eliminates hitch noise, has a hand-polished aluminum finish, adjustable height and dual hitch balls for towing multiple trailers.

FLASH E series
The Fastway Flash E series offers design, engineering and craftsmanship with adjustments that are quick and easy, making it effortless to switch between trailers and get on the road faster.

For more information and Flash ball mount product reviews, visit

SOURCE: Fastway Trailer press release

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About Darian Armer

Darian Armer is the assistant editor for RV Daily Report. She lives in Billings, Montana, where she enjoys spending time with her husband and three stepchildren. Introduced to the RV industry in 2012, she is happy to be writing for one of the greatest industries around.

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