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What have you hauled lately?

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*** POST your pics of hauling and/or towing ***

Just thought it would be fun to see the various uses of the G2 Ridgeline's versatility in hauling stuff in the bed and/or towing... I've seen a number of pics in various threads but thought it would be good to put all into one thread.

This was mine over the weekend hauling musical instrument/PA gear for a gig on Saturday night, with room in the front and back seats for my wife and 22 yr old son to help "roadie"... I found that it can haul as much gear as my 2005 Chevy Avalanche did with the RL's back seat flip up and in bed trunk.

Guitars, Amp head in roadcase, 3 level toolbox with cables and gear, 18" powered subwoofer, (2x) 12" powered speakers, Effects rack, Mixer, 4x12 speaker cab (backseat area), various mic/speaker stands, etc.

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Getting the 4" hitch mount into the receiver was a really snug fit on the sides, but there was a good bit of wiggle room top and bottom, which translated to a lot of banging anytime the trailer went over a bump. What do you-all recommend to reduce the banging on the hitch receiver?
We had a hitch mount bike rack that had some play side to side and top to bottom. This helped a lot. It's just a Simpson connector that I cut and bent to fit. The cut out notch allowed the pin to be inserted and the bends kept it from going too far in when the rack was installed.
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