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    TOWING SOLUTIONS

    Whether you’re towing a boat or installing
    a bike rack, we’ve got you covered.

    Step 1

    SELECT A TRAILER HITCH

     

    A trailer hitch is the primary connection component in a towing system that attaches a trailer to your tow vehicle. Selecting the correct type of trailer hitch for your vehicle and trailer is critical. Pro Tip: Custom hitches are designed to be vehicle-specific. Universal hitches are designed to fit many different applications. Drilling and some modifications may be required.

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    Step 2

    CHOOSE MOUNT & TRAILER BALL

     

    A ball mount is a metal tube or bar that inserts into the trailer hitch and provides a mounting plate to hold a trailer ball.

    A trailer ball is the immediate connection point between your tow vehicle and trailer. In conjunction with a trailer coupler, a trailer ball allows you to turn corners and travel over bumps and dips without becoming disconnected.

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    Step 3

    SELECT THE COUPLER

     

    The coupler mounts and locks on top of the trailer ball and articulates around it.

    Pro Tip: The trailer ball must be a perfect fit for the trailer coupler. Towing with a mismatched trailer ball and coupler is not safe.

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    Measuring

    A TRAILER BALL

     
    1. Ball Diameter
    2. Rise
    3. Shank Length
    4. Shank Diameter
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    TORQUE

    SPECIFICATIONS

     
    1. 3/4” shank: 165 ft. lbs.
    2. 1” shank: 250 ft. lbs.
    3. 1 1/4” shank: 450 ft. lbs.
    4. 2” shank: 4,550 ft. lbs.

    TOWING TIPS

    Watch videos on towing safety
    and tips on making installation easier.

     

     

    How To Select A Trailer Hitch

    How To Determine The Proper Rise Or Drop Of A Ball Mount