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|Attachment Location:||Vehicle Frame or Bumper (Varies by Application)|
|Maximum Gross Towing Weight Carrying:||2000 lbs|
|Maximum Tongue Weight Carrying:||200 lbs|
|Mounting Hardware Included:||Yes|
|Outlet Quantity:||Powder Coat|
|Receiver Size:||1 1/4 in|
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Q:what is the difference between towing weight and tongue weight what does that mean
A:With reference to your inquiry on the Curt Class I; 1.25 in. Receiver Hitch - part# 111283/11128, the vehicle's towing weight, also known as its weight distributing towing capacity, is the total amount of weight the vehicle can tow using a weight-distribution towing hitch. This specialized hitch employs spring bars / rods that can be adjusted to distribute the weight between the trailer and the tow vehicle. This weight is further distributed throughout the tow vehicle, up to the front wheels. The tongue weight is the maximum weight your trailer hitch can handle of the downward force exerted on it by the trailer's tongue (the arm that extends from the trailer that couples with the tow vehicle's receiver). A properly loaded trailer should have 60 percent of the weight piled in front of the axle. For any further assistance, you may also call us at: 1-877-238-2623 or visit the nearest Advance Auto Parts store and one of our Parts Pros will gladly assist you with any questions or concerns.
Q:My vehicle is lowered. How much of a drop is there between the mounting point and the end of the hitch?
A:This Curt Class I; 1.25 in. Receiver Hitch - part# 11128 consists of a few simple components. The trailer hitch receiver forms the base: It's a tubular steel frame welded in a configuration that snugly bolts to the underside of the vehicle. It has a square opening (1 ¼") to accommodate the drop hitch. The drop hitch consists of additional pieces of rectangular welded steel and it extends the "reach" of the ordinary trailer hitch. It fits into the original trailer hitch on the vehicle and secures with a locking pin. Here's a quick and simple way to determine how much drop or rise your hitch receiver needs. First, measure the distance from the ground to the top inside diameter of the square receiver tube on your vehicle. Second, measure the distance from the ground to the bottom of the coupler on your trailer. The difference in inches between the two is the amount of drop or rise that you will need for your drop hitch receiver. For any further assistance, please visit your nearest Advance Auto store or call us directly at 1-877-ADVANCE (238-2623) and one of our representatives there would be more than happy to assist you.