#1etrailer.com Ball Mount Kit for 2" Hitches - 7,500 lbs
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Ball Mount Kit
Rise - 2-3/4 Inch
Drop - 4 Inch
Rise - 3/4 Inch
Drop - 2 Inch
Fits 2 Inch Hitch
7500 lbs GTW
Questions from Toyota Highlander owners about this product
- Ideal Hitch Ball Height for a 2008 Toyota Highlander V6
- The hitch ball height you need depends entirely on the specific trailer you will be towing. There is no ideal height that would be universal for a certain vehicle. Trailers come in all different heights, so you will need to take some measurements to determine the correct rise or drop you will need on your ball mount. This is what will allow you to put the hitch ball in the correct placement for hooking up your trailer.
First, you will need to measure from the ground to the top of the hitch
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- Using a Ball Mount with Higher Tow Rating Than Provided by 2008 Toyota Highlander
- Let me begin by stating that any towing system will only be as strong as its component with the lowest capacity.
It is possible to have a hitch, ball mount and trailer ball with higher tow rating than that of the vehicle itself, but you will still be limited to the vehicle manufacturers stated maximum towing capacity which is 5000 lbs in your particular case.
Using a ball mount itself with a higher capacity than the 5000 lbs stated by Toyota will not cause any warranty implications and is
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- What Ball Mount and Suspension Kit for Towing 2000-lb Trailer with 2013 Toyota Highlander SE Model
- A ball mount with rise or drop is helpful in matching the different heights of the trailer hitch on a tow vehicle and the coupler on a trailer. It is important that your trailer frame be level when hitched to your Highlander to ensure stability when towing. Please note that a different height ball mount will not reduce rear-end sag in your tow vehicle; but we do offer suspension products that will help.
We offer a wide range of both fixed and adjustable ball mounts (the adjustable type is gre
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Today were working with the 2012 Toyota Highlander and were going to be test fitting the Draw-Tite ball mount, part number 2923. First, we want to take a hitch height measurement. Thats from the ground to the inside top edge of the receiver tube. On this particular vehicle its 14-3/4 inches. Keep in mind this measurement may vary depending on the model of the vehicle, hitch height, or tire size so make sure to measure your particular vehicle when shopping for a ball mount. First, well mount this ball mount in the drop position.
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Today were working with a 2012 Toyota Highlander and were going to be test fitting the Convert-A-Ball cushioned ball mount, part number AMSC4. Now, this ball mount provides a 2-3/4 inch rise or a 4 inch drop. First, well measure the hitch height of our Highlander, thats from the ground to the inside top edge of our receiver tube. Our example measures 14-3/4 inches tall. Now, keep in mind this measurement will vary depending on the different models, tire sizes, or hitches available for these vehicles. With a 14-3/4 inch hitch height, we probably wont want to use this ball mount in the drop position as it would set us down about 10 inches from the ground.
Convert-A-Ball Ball Mount with 2 Inch Drop Review - 2012 Toyota Highlander
Today on our 2012 Toyota Highlander were gonna take a quick look at the Convert-A-Ball cushioned ball mount part number AMSC2. First thing were going to do is take a measurement from the ground to the inside top edge of our receiver tube. This measurement is known as the hitch height. The measurement may vary a bit depending on tires or after market modifications to the vehicle so make sure to measure your own vehicle. Our hitch measures 14-3/4 inches high. Well first take our ball mount and mount it in the drop position using a pin and clip.