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Fastway introduces steel ball mount

Fastway introduces steel ball mount

PROVO, Utah — Fastway Trailer Products introduces the newest addition in the Fastway Flash ball mount line, the Solid Steel Ball Mount (SSBM). The SSBM is an exciting new product for Fastway as it’s their first steel ball mount.

The SSBM is engineered with a solid (not hollow) shank forged with high strength steel, making it the strongest ball mount on the road. It offers commercial-grade towing capacity, with durability and exceptional strength. Its impressive tow ratings range from 12,000 lb. max trailer weight for the standard model to 20,000 lb max trailer weight for the HD model.

“The SSBM is designed with high strength steel and is specifically designed and optimized to reduce weight and maximize strength,” says Jason Harper, Fastway engineer. “Throughout testing the SSBM has been taken to its limits and performed flawlessly. We couldn’t find any evidence of damage, or wear or even a hint that it had towed that much weight. It didn’t affect the hitch in the least.”

“We’ve been looking forward to the launch of the SSBM,” says Rich Elliott, VP of Sales and Marketing. “At Fastway we are continually innovating and developing new products, and diversifying our product offering. We are excited to launch our first steel ball mount, and to provide the option for our customers to choose a steel or aluminum ball mount from the Flash line.”

The SSBM’s black powder coat finish looks fantastic, and is made to resist the harshest environments – giving customers the confidence that their ball mount will perform and look great for years.

SOURCE: Fastway Trailer Products press release


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Ronnie Wendt is the editor in chief of RV Daily Report. She's been a writer/editor for more than 25 years, working in law enforcement, aviation, supply chain and now the RV industry. She's not a stranger to RVs, however. She grew up camping, and still camps as many weekends as she can every year.

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