This is my Trailor Hitch ball Cover for all Car, Quad and ATV Hitchballs.
I printed it with Cura and “TREE” Support. On all the little Souls I put Support Blockers in Cura. Without these Blockers, there are to much Support Trees. One of the Pictures shows you, how much Support I used.
The weight in the Front is higher than Back. When you Drive it turns arround all the Time.
To prevent this, I cut an anti-slip mat in a cross shape and inserted it into the hole. Put both with Pressure on the Hitch Ball and it holds perfectly in Place.
With pulling and turning, you can remove it again.
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