The trailer hitch is rated to tow 7500 lbs gross trailer weight and 750 lbs tongue weight. The recommended 5000 lbs are printed on the ball.
【Wide range of applications】
2″ hitch ball, great choice for towing most small boat trailers, utility trailers, pop-up campers and some recreational vehicle trailers for towing SUVs, motorcycles and ATVs (Note: The maximum load capacity of any tow is not Over 7500 lb components; ie vehicle, hitch, trailer, etc.).
Ball hitches provide reliability for your towing gear, engineered strong steel and precision welding, and our trailer hitch extenders feature a gloss black powder coat finish for continued protection against rust and corrosion.
【Easy to install】
There’s a pre-attached tow ball ready to hook up, and a tow hitch pin that securely attaches to your hitch receiver.
Frequently Asked Questions about Car Tow Hooks
Are all car tow hooks the same?
Tow hook receiving threads come in hundreds of different sizes and pitches, as there are hundreds of different makes and models out there. A common misconception is that the receiving tow hook thread is the same for every car. This is far from the truth.
Why do I need a trailer hitch?
All vehicles have a certain towing rating that allows them to tow additional loads like a trailer.
While this will always vary from vehicle to vehicle, just about any car can benefit from a tow hitch as it expands the versatility of the driving setup.
Trailers and other towable devices provide greater surface area and securing points so you can haul extra cargo, weekend toys and other items without giving up valuable space in the vehicle itself.
Precautions for using car tow hooks
There are three main things to consider when choosing a trailer hitch tee: how much weight you want to tow, what size receiver tube your trailer hitch has, and how much lower or higher your tee needs to be. Be sure to choose a tee with sufficient total trailer weight to fit your trailer. Trailer weight is one of the most important aspects of towing and you should not exceed the capacity of the vehicle, trailer or any part of the trailer hitch.