RichArlt
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RichArlt

Well-Known Member, Male, 54, from Ellensburg, Washington

Spent daughters college fund on development of the Wycked Hitch System........her grades went up miraculously! Ha ha Jan 29, 2016

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    1. minkiehuoise
      minkiehuoise
      I would like one of your first hitches as do not need one as heavy as the last one you have made as my trailer fully loaded would weight around about 500 lbs and spring here in fl. Is starting all ready here. I would to get one soon thank you
    2. RichArlt
      RichArlt
      Spent daughters college fund on development of the Wycked Hitch System........her grades went up miraculously! Ha ha
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    4. RichArlt
      RichArlt
      Started a new hitch thread for design improvements on my prototype.
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    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    Oct 17, 1962 (Age: 54)
    Home Page:
    http://www.wyckedhitch.com
    Location:
    Ellensburg, Washington
    Occupation:
    Shop Teacher, Entrepreneur
    For my 30th year of teaching, the state bought me a new Polaris Slingshot! (Well sort of, I financed it with the wife's permission......justification was all the quarters I've been putting away after 30 years of teaching should be enough to have paid for it in cash!).

    Sold my custom Yamaha Bolt because I knew it would be a death sentence to keep driving it to work!

    I really enjoy buying new toys, chopping them up, and driving them around!

    My daughter and I took the trip to Sturgis this summer, and did the Polaris Sponsored Owners Ride through the Black Hills, what a blast! I promised myself that I was going to build a custom trailer and hitch system to safely pull it before we every drove that far again, thus the development of the "Wycked Hitch System."

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