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All our receivers are custom-made and installed as you wait.  If we can't install your receiver, nobody can! We carry trailer hitches for any make and model of vehicle at all times.

 

To select the appropriate receiver for your vehicle, follow these steps:

 

Step 1

Check your vehicle and trailer owner's manuals to determine your towing capabilities and limitations. Never tow a trailer heavier than the rated tow capacity of your vehicle.

 

Step 2

Determine the gross trailer weight of the fully-loaded tow item

 

Step 3

Select the class of hitch rated for your vehicle using the following table.

 

W/C1

T/W2

W/D3

 Vehicle Type

Class I

2,000 lbs

200 lbs

N/A

All types

Class II

3,500 lbs

350 lbs

N/A

Mid/Full size cars, Trucks, Vans, SUVs

Class III

5,000 lbs

500 lbs

10,000 lbs

Mid-size pickups, Vans, SUVs

Class IV

10,000 lbs

1,000 lbs

14,000 lbs

Mid-size pickups, Vans, SUVs, Mini-Trucks

Class V

10,000 lbs

1,000 lbs

17,000 lbs

Mid-size pickups, Vans, SUVs, Full-size Trucks

1 Weight Carrying - Combination of the weight of the trailer and the cargo inside.

2 Tongue Weight - Downward weight exerted on the hitch ball by the coupler. It will vary depending on where the load is positioned in relationship to the trailer axel(s).

3 Weight Distribution System - Used to balance the weight of the cargo between the front and rear wheels throughout the trailer which will allow for better steering, braking, and level riding. (sold separately).

 

Class I

Class II

   

Class III

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Class IV

   

Class V

 

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