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Hitch Extender For 2" Trailer Hitch Receiver 7"

Hitch Extender For 2" Trailer Hitch Receiver 7"

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Brophy Hitch Adapters - HE06

  • Hitch Extender
  • Fits 2 Inch Hitch
  • 7-3/8 In Extension
  • Brophy
  • 3500 lbs GTW
  • Steel

7" Trailer Hitch Extender


Features:

  • Prevents hitting trailer or propane tanks when making sharp turns while towing.
  • Has powder coated black finish resists rust and corrosion.


Specs:

  • Designed for 2" x 2" trailer hitches
  • Measures 7-3/8" from the center of the hitch pin hole to the center of the hitch pin hole of the extension piece
  • Measures 11-5/8" long (overall)
    • Measures 2-1/2" from end of shank (that slides into hitch on vehicle) to center of hitch pin hole
    • Measures 2-1/8" from center of hitch pin hole to the 2" x 2" opening (for accessory)
  • Has weight capacity that is the lowest of the following
    • 50% of the hitch's overall weight capacity
    • Load rating GTW 3,500 lbs; Tongue 350 lbs
    • Load rating with weight distribution equipment GTW 7000 lbs; Tongue 700 lbs


Please Note: Using a hitch extender will reduce your hitch's overall capacity by 50%.



HE06 Hitch Extender For 2" Trailer Hitch Receiver 7"





Video of Hitch Extender For 2" Trailer Hitch Receiver 7"

Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.




Video Transcript for Brophy Hitch Extender Review

Hey guys Randy here at etrailer.com. Today we're taking a look at the Brophy Hitch Extenders. Now these are available seven, 14, and 18 inches in length, and basically they're going to allow us to extend either our ball mount back a little further or any accessory back a little further and give us clearance from the obstacles. It's pretty common, the Jeep spare tire issue, we run into that a lot. But also if you have an end bed camper, and you want to get your step back a little further to get up and in, or you just need a little bit more room from the back of your RV to the front of your trailer, these can be a really good solution.Here's one example of where a hitch extender is going to come in handy. As you can see the spare tire on our Jeep will not allow us to get our rack all the way in and get that pin hole lined up.

If this we're in the platform position, we could slide it in of course, but we're not utilizing the foldability of our rack. By bringing that pin hole out further it's going to allow us to enjoy our accessories a lot more easily. Here you can see what we we're talking about with that solid shank, that really nice heavy duty design and then the weld all the way around there keeping everything locked together really well.Now to install it this is going to be like any other hitch accessory or ball mount. We just want to slide it in so we have our pin holes lined up. Then we're going to secure it using a 5/8 diameter pin and clip.

You can also use anti-rattle devices. Just keep in mind with that solid shank, we can't use anything located internally, so we'd be left with something like a wrap around collar that would secure it down. The pin and clip is not included, so you'll want to be sure to just use the one you've got. If you don't have one, we've got plenty available on our website for you.Now this happens to be their 14 inch extension. As we said before it's available in a couple different sizes, and basically you'll want to choose the one that's going to be as close as possible to your hitch.

It's going to reduce the leverage effect that we have and regardless of the size extension that you choose, they're all going to give us a 350 pound tongue weight rating. It's the maximum downward force we can put at the end of the extender. It gives us a 3500 pound gross trailer weight rating. It's going to be the total weight of your trailer and anything that you're going to load up.The seven and 14 inch variety are rated for use with weight distribution, the 18 inch is not, so keep that in mind. When using weight distribution our tongue weight is going to go up to 700 pounds, the gross trailer weight rating is going to go up to 7000 pounds.

Now the one thing with those weight ratings to keep in mind is that when we use this extender we're going to reduce our hitch's capacity by one third. We want to go off of whichever one's lower, whatever the extension is rated for or two thirds of your hitch's capacity.Now here you can see extender installed, no usage issues at all with the rack. It tilts up fine. In this case we're using the 14, we wanted to show you the average, but really here we could have gotten away with the seven. Now as you can see, our bike rack it has an anti-rattle device and our connection point here isn't moving at all, but we do have the movement up here. Now we recommend that use of an anti-rattle device when you're using an accessory like the bike rack here or a cargo carrier. Maybe you won't be so worried about it when used with a ball mount, but definitely something to keep in mind. That's going to complete our look at the Brophy Hitch Extenders.


Customer Reviews

Hitch Extender For 2" Trailer Hitch Receiver 7" - HE06

Average Customer Rating:  4.9 out of 5 stars   (161 Customer Reviews)

7" Trailer Hitch Extender

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Just what I was looking for. Reasonably priced. Going to work great. 248351


Comments
Works great. No issues.
Al - 05/03/2017

23568

- HE06
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I needed my bike to clear my bumper on a front hitch and this did the trick. This extender is hollow so I was able to use anti rattle/ lock before adding bike rack. 299976


Comments
Perfect solution and I use it spring through fall for my bike rack.
Barb - 09/29/2017

28550

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Looked for a long time to find one of these that did not cut the hitch rating in half. The one thing that they do not say anywhere on anything is that you cannot exceed 8 inches beyond the end of the extension to the center of the ball.. I made it....barely. Other than that well made, true to size. 387802



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I needed a hitch extender to accommodate a bike rack on my wife's '09 Range Rover. I found a review from "Sturdy and well-made 04/12/2015" on this website. The reviewer had the same problem as me and recommended the Brophy Hitch #HE06 and the Anti-Rattle Trailer Hitch Receiver Lock #63232. I ordered both and I am glad I did. Great products! 426556



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Received product but have not installed it yet. I use multiple tow vehicles and multiple drawbar and other hook ups. With my 3/4 ton, 4-wheel drive Chevy Suburban I have no need for this extender, regardless of whether I am towing my cargo trailer or simply hauling my bicycles with a drawbar style carrier. Although when hauling my cargo trailer and then also putting my bike rack on the back of the trailer (a typical undermount hitch specially installed) I prefer the extender to give me a little more clearance for my bikes. The issue I have is when I put my bike rack on the back of my 2015 Acadia. The hitch on the Acadia is mounted so far underneath the the vehicle (to allow a decorative plate to be used to enhance the looks of the vehicle when not towing), the the extender is needed. I will not use the extender when towing my cargo trailer because I don't really need it and don't want halve my towing capacity. I will also use an anti-rattle bracket to reduce sway with the hitch extender I that regard I would like to comment on the reviewers who have commented on how this extender may be slightly undersized and loose in the hitch. I cannot comment on those reviewers applications and situations but I can say I want an extender or drawbar to be a little loose. The looseness can be dealt with by installing anti-rattle brackets. What is much more difficult to deal with is finding out your snug fitting drawbar was run through water, mud, or salt on winter roads and then left to set for several months. Trying to remove a rusted in snug drawbar is not my idea of fun! Finally, the product seems to be of high quality and is very solid. Price seemed reasonable for the quality of the product. If I had already installed and used this product, I would fully expect the rating to have been 5 stars. 323426



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Product was as described on web page and at a good price. 804607



- HE06
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Product works as described. This allowed me to extend my hitch reciever enough so that my travel trailer does not hit the back end of my tow vehicle when turning. 801992



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This was third order from this company, very good quality products and Super Good Service, I highly recommend them to anyone. I have a five by eight foot carry on that I use to haul my riding mower sometimes and have hauled a lot of yard waste in the past, use like a truck. 784982



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The ordering process was quick and the delivery was fast. 774178



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I try to choose carefully when shopping for an item such as this - it is a safety issue! This hitch extended is exactly the length I needed and is a "name" product thus has a great reputation for ruggedness. eTrailer is a great company to deal with!!! 763991



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Works great, especially now that I coupled it with a hitch stabilizer, as suggested by the great folks at etrailer.com. Best part of this piece is their customer service! 736305



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Quality built product and very heavy duty. Very happy with the product and service to notify me that it had been delivered. 705328



- HE06
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Use it for my recumbent trike rack. It keeps the rack from hitting the rear of my 2012 Ford F-150. This was a a quick easy solution. 651693



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It installed and worked perfectly to get my bike rack beyond the spare at the rear of my trailer It appears to be of excellent quality. Arrived sooner than expected. Always quality goods and service from Etrailer. 647010



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Excellent product !! Definitely recomm end 638571



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Perfect online description and the hitch arrived as described - it’s solid - well built and the correct size. I’m thrilled - especially after going to several “hitch and RV stores” who had no stock at all and tried to sell me items I did not need. For the future I will always go to “etrailer” first. 616709



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It fits just fine. 614476



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Items just as described at a reasonable price. All received in good condition. Thanks 575545



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After one year: Exactly as described. Substantial fabrication. I use it to hold a 50 pound rack and two adult mountain bikes. Still going strong. Customer service was excellent regarding easy access and technical advice. Quick shipping, too! 562902



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I needed a 7" hitch extension for my Jeep Wrangler so that I could mount a bike rack and clear the back spare tire. I wanted one that could handle at least 200 pounds of hitch weight. This product is the right size and very rugged. It did the job. etrailer was fast and professional, and provided me with an email invoice and tracking data. 556101



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Received the hitch extender in a very timely fashion after order. It was a very simple install (and I'm not very mechanically inclined) and my bike rack attached easily. I have driven with the extender/bike rack already (over 200 miles) and no issues. Would give a thumbs up to the product! 508268



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Good quality, but the one I received has a slight twist to the right. Must have been welded wrong. 498166



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Works perfectly. I had it welded into a receiver I put on the front of my truck to carry a bike rack. By welding it into the receiver it eliminated any unnecessary rattling. I needed the extender to provide the necessary clearance for my bike rack to fold up when not in use. 494903



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Received our hitch extension and all is good! Came relatively fast, great customer service! I'll be ordering from them again. 487831



- HE06
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I purchased 7 in Hitch Extension. Service at etrailer is always fast and easy and their products are top notch. Delivery is always fast. 439201


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  • What is the Wall Thickness of the Steel Used to Make Brophy Hitch Extender HE06
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  • Hitch Extender Needed for a Bike Rack on a 2007 Jeep Wrangler with a Spare Tire
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  • Will Brophy Trailer Hitch Extender, # HE06 Accept a Threaded Hitch Pin for a Bike Rack
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  • Availability of 6 inch Hitch Extender for Use with Bike Rack
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