Trailer Hitches and Receivers

Trailer Hitch Receiver

The most common type of trailer hitch, also refers to "bumper pull" hitches. The standard hitch is a piece of steel that will typically bolt to the vehicle frame. They have a wide variety of uses. The most common include:

• Towing a trailer

• Carrying a bike rack

• Carrying a cargo carrier

• use any of the hitch mounted accessory

 

Trailer Hitch

These types of hitches come several different styles, but the majority of them are designated into classes ranging from I to V. The classes provide a guide for the two most important aspects of a trailer hitch: weight capacity and receiver opening size.

 

Trailer Hitch

• Classes range from I to V

• A "class" is a way of defining the weight rating and receiver opening size of a hitch

• Hitches within the same class will have similar weight capacities

• Designed for use with removable ball mounts

• Custom built according to the vehicle manufacturer and model year to ensure perfect fit.

• Most hitches bolt to the vehicle frame using existing holes

• Towing capacities typically range from 1,000 pounds to 18,000 pounds

• Construction is solid and, in most cases, all-welded for maximum strength and safety

 

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