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Hitch Extender for 2" Trailer Hitches - 8" Long

Hitch Extender for 2" Trailer Hitches - 8" Long

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Tow Ready Hitch Adapters - 80307

  • Hitch Extender
  • Fits 2 Inch Hitch
  • 8 In Extension
  • Tow Ready
  • 3500 lbs GTW
  • Steel

This hitch extender helps to prevent your vehicle from hitting the trailer or propane tanks when making sharp turns.


Features:

  • Extends receiver opening 8"
  • Fits 2" x 2" trailer hitches
  • Capacity: 300 lbs TW / 3,500 lbs GTW
  • Black powder coat finish
  • Has two receiver pin holes to accommodate for J-Pin
  • Compatible with Draw-Tite J-Pin 63201


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




80307 Tow Ready Hitch Extender - 8" Long




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Video of Hitch Extender for 2" Trailer Hitches - 8" Long

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




Video Transcript for Tow Ready 2 inch Trailer Hitch Extender Review

Randy: Hey guys, it's Randy here at etrailer.com. Today we're going to be taking a look at an eight inch hitch extender from Tow Ready. Essentially these are designed to buy extra space, whether we've got an overhanging spare tire, maybe we've got an in bed camper, that overhangs just a little bit. Whatever your need might be, this is going to take your pinhole from its current location, moves it back eight inches, so we can get plenty of room to use our items appropriately. Here's an example of one of the many ways the hitch extender is going to come in handy. With our spare tire on the back of our Jeep, our bike rack does not want to slide in and engage.

The pinholes just don't line up. Getting that extender is going to get that pinhole back a little bit further. It's going to allow us to utilize our rack not only in its platform position, but also when we fold it up.Now, this is also going to come in handy if your hitch or your receiver tube opening is kind of back underneath your bumper a little bit. Now, from the center of our hitch pinhole, to the center of our new hitch pinhole, we're picking up eight inches. That's going to get our items eight inches further back.

We'll secure it using a standard five-eighths pin and clip, but you will notice the shank is hollow. If you wanted to put an anti-rattle bolt in there, or an anti-rattle device, you wouldn't have any issues with that. When using bike racks or cargo carriers, we do recommend it. For towing applications, it might not be so important. Now as far as installation, this is going to install like any class three accessory when I slide it in, get our pinholes lined up, and we'll secure it with a pin and clip.

Now the pin and clip is not provided, so you will want to supply your own.Now, the overall construction is really nice. You get the black powder coat finish on it, so it should last for a very long time. You're going to notice in the side, we've got two pinholes, we've got a larger one, there's a smaller one here close to the back. We only want to use the one closer to the front, it's the larger five-eighths diameter pinhole. You'll notice there's plenty of room on either side, so whether you're just going to use a pin and clip, maybe a locking hitch pin or anti-rattle device, really shouldn't have any issues.

The second pinhole is for use with the J-Pin stabilization system. Just something that Draw-Tite offers that'll actually, as you tighten it down, it goes in and puts pressure on your item to keep it from moving around. Now we'll slide our rack in with our extender installed. As you can see, there's plenty of room here, we've got really good clearance. We can have our bike rack in the stored position or in the platform position. We won't have to remove any peddles off our bikes or worry about the handle bars hitting.We do recommend the use of an anti-rattle device with this product with accessories. You see this bike rack has an anti-rattle device here. That keeps this connection point nice and solid. You can see no movement there. We are getting some out of this forward connection point. Now, regardless of whether you're going to use the extension for bike racks and accessories, or you're going to use it for towing, there's a few things you need to keep in mind as far as weight ratings. The extension itself is going to give you a 300 pound ton weight rating, so that's the maximum downward force we can put on it. It gives you a 3,500 pound gross trailer weight rating. Total weight of your trailer and anything that you might load up on it. The other measurement, the other weight rating we need to keep in mind, is that when we install our extender, it reduces our hitches capacity by half. We're either going to go off half that ton weight of the hitch, or the 300, or we're going to go off the half the gross trailer weight of our hitch, or the 3,500.The Tow Ready Extender also receives really good reviews. It's like Fritz, he said, "My bike rack did not fit because of the spare tire, this extension piece lets my rack fit and work properly. I can now open the tailgate and keep the bikes on the rack, it's awesome!" That's going to complete our look at the Tow Ready eight inch Hitch Extender.


Customer Reviews

Hitch Extender for 2" Trailer Hitches - 8" Long - 80307

Average Customer Rating:  4.9 out of 5 stars   (109 Customer Reviews)

This hitch extender helps to prevent your vehicle from hitting the trailer or propane tanks when making sharp turns.

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This product has done just what I needed to get my bicycle rack mounted out beyond the spare tire on my Jeep Wrangler. As a bonus when the bike rack is not on; I have left in it as a step for climbing into the back of the Jeep. I use this product with the Curt Anti-Rattle Kit C22321 and it keeps my bicycle rack rock solid. 528877



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Needed a little more clearance to fold up my cargo rack for a fishing trip so I didn't have to put my rod holders in the camper. Thanks worked great !! 634321


Comments
Keep in mind that using an extender lowers the tongue weight capacity maximum amount of downward weight the hitch can bear including carrier and everything stowed on it by 50.
-- Mike L - 04/24/2019

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Just received my 80307 Hitch Extender for 2" Trailer Hitches - 8" Long. My newly upsized spare tire had been preventing the use of my hitch rack. Was very pleased with the etrailer service and the ease of using the website. The excellent descriptions, photos, and even videos really help shopping for these types of specialty parts. Shipping went well and expediently. I trial fit the extension with my hitch rack today, and the photos are attached. It fit well and did the trick. I drove around and heard no rattles from it at all. 411267



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You won't find better service or quality products on the market, this 8" extension is top quality. 898418



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Every thing was good. No problems 856620



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Product is perfect. Etrailer comes through again. Never a problem with them. 850491



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This was a perfect fit for my 2020 KIA Sedona. The hitch attached quickly, exhaust needed to be lowered but just needed to unclipped. The wiring harness plugged in and it was ready to go. Nice clean install. 847934



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Product selection help by customer rep was a great help to determine application was correct. Dimension put the bike rack the perfect clearance from the spare tire. 824541



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Extended my hitch to clear my rear license plate flip down on my 53 Chevy pickup 818034



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Well built 814483



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hi product was good shape when i got it ...never had a problem with etrailer 808084



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just what I needed 798411



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This is the third item I’ve ordered from etrailer. Their service and quality has been outstanding! 791078



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Great customer service by Tammy. Thanks for your help. I installed the hitch extension and everything worked as planned. 779667



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Quality is good. 763875



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Excelent Service, the item have excelent quality and great support from Etrailer Team. 749088



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Love that it has both a 1/2 inch and 5/8 inch hole. Very secure for my wheel chair lift which has a 1/2 hole but my hitch has 5/8 hole. Using this extension I can securely mount my lift. 733805



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Product works excellent. No issues . 707081



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Works great . 690218



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I needed an extension for the receiver hitch on my Colorado pick up to move my bike rack back far enough to lower my tail gate without damaging it. This did the trick. I now have about 1 1/2 inches to spare. The reason I picked this particular extension is that the part that goes into the receiver is hollow which allows for a spring loaded gizmo that goes inside and is threaded, so that it can be tightened up to eliminate rattle and some sway. I ordered the anti rattle hitch pin along with the extension. After I installed it today, it is nice and tight with no play whatsoever in the bike rack. Excellent product. 662800



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Product was a perfect fit Car was amazing !!!! 661937



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Great price on a heavy-duty drawbar ext ension. 650291


Comments
Love this extender for use with a four-bike rack. Have used it a number of times, and it allows the tailgate to open without taking the bike rack off. Its just a great piece and I wish I had gotten it long ago.
Mike - 06/01/2020

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Just received and installed. Perfect; just what I needed for my bike rack clearance to spare tire. 647571



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bought the hitch to keep the boat away from the slide in camper the longer hitch makes taking tight corners and backing up easier 636136



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Application of this product was pain free and has provided service as expected. 610879


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Ask the Experts about this Tow Ready Hitch Adapters

  • Hitch Extension that Could be Used with EcoHitch for 2016 Subaru Crosstrek
    The best solution we'd have for a hitch extender would be the Tow Ready part # 80307 which would give you an additional 8 inches of extension past the hitch. Whether or not that would clear the bumper opening for the EcoHitch # 306-X7203 you have is harder to say but if you compare what you have to the dimension picture I attached you should be able to know. Keep in mind that hitch extenders cut the capacity of the hitch they are installed in by 50 percent.
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  • Towing Capacity and Parts Needed to Tow Trailer with 2017 Subaru Outback 3.6L
    I took a look at the online version of the owner's manual for your 2017 Subaru Outback with the 3.6L engine and it lists a towing capacity of 1,000 pounds for a trailer without brakes and 2,700 pounds for a trailer with brakes. As you mentioned it lists a tongue weight capacity in either case of 200 pounds. A vehicle's tongue weight capacity is usually just 10 percent of its towing capacity, but there are certain instances like on your Subaru Outback where this is not the case. I am...
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  • How to Determine How Much Weight Added to Trailer Near Tongue Adds to Weight On Axle
    The only way you're going to be able to determine how much weight gets added to the wheels of your trailer is going to be to take the trailer to a weigh station and have just the trailer weighed with and without the 500 lbs you mentioned. There isn't a formula I can plug the numbers in that you mentioned that would accurately predict the additional weight.
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  • Hitch Extender # 80307 use on a Ford F150
    A hitch extender will give you more clearance from your Ford F150 to your trailer. You will want to keep in mind that when you use a hitch extender you cut the towing capacity of the hitch that is on your truck in half because of the increase in torque that will be on your hitch due to the increased leverage the weight of your trailer will have on your hitch. I attached an FAQ page on hitch extenders for you to check out.
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  • Distance from the Center of Receiver Hitch Pin Hole Back to Shank on Trailer Hitch Extender # 80307
    On the Hitch Extender for 2 inch Trailer Hitches - 8 inch Long, # 80307, the distance from the center of the hitch pin hole in the receiver back to the shank is 4-1/8 inches on the outside, 3 inches on inside. There is also a smaller hole nearer the receiver opening that is meant for a J-Style Anti-Rattle hitch pin like the Tow Ready J-Pin Stabilization Pin and Barrel Lockset for 2 inch Receivers, # 63201. I have included a link to a video that features this lockset below.
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  • How Does Hitch Extender Typically Affect Trailer Hitch Tongue Weight Capacity
    I wish we had an exact figure we could give you on that. But the general rule of thumb is that anytime you use a hitch extender you end up cutting the capacity of the hitch by 50 percent. This is due to the added leverage like you mentioned as well as the added movement created in the hitch. The length of the extension does not typically change that much of that figure. We've seen some shorter ones reduce the capacity by only 30 percent but that's pretty far and few between.
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  • How to Figure Weight Capacity When Using a Hitch Extender or Extra Long Ball Mount
    One thing to note when using a hitch extender like the Hidden Hitch, # 80307, is that the the tongue weight and towing capacity of your trailer hitch will be reduced by 50 percent due to the increased leverage that is placed on your trailer hitch from your trailer. In your situation, even with the towing capacities of your hitch capacities reduced by 50 percent, you are still limited to the 3,500 lbs gross trailer weight capacity and 350 lbs tongue weight capacity of the hitch extender....
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  • Why Does Hitch Extender Cut Capacity for Hitch but Longer Ball Mount Does Not
    Hitch extenders like the Tow Ready part # 80307 reduce hitch capacity for two reasons. One is the length like you mentioned and the other is amount of additional movement that they introduce to the hitch setup which puts quite a bit of stress on the setup. Also, ball mounts come in varying lengths so someone could end up using a very long ball mount with this which would add even more leverage.
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  • Using Hitch Extender to Install Bike Rack on Rear on Flat Towed Jeep Wrangler
    If you're wanting to use the # 80307 extender on a bike rack installed on a Jeep Wrangler that's being flat towed, that'd be fine. Just keep in mind that using the extender will decrease the tongue weight capacity of the hitch by half. Say for instance the tongue weight capacity of your hitch is 350 lbs. Using the adapter would halve that to 175 lbs, which means that the bike rack you use and the bikes placed upon it could not weigh more than 175 lbs. I realize sometimes they're necessary,...
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  • What is the Useable Length of the Hitch Extender for 2 inch Trailer Hitches - 8 inch Long # 80307
    Yes, the Hitch Extender for 2 inch Trailer Hitches - 8 inch Long, item # 80307, is measured from the center of the hitch pin hole in the shank to the center of the hitch pin hole in the receiver portion of the extender. This measurement gives you the working distance that the extender will provide. The overall length of the extender is 13 inches. There is a smaller hole forward of the hitch pin hole in the receiver that is designed for the use of a J-Style Anti-Rattle hitch pin like...
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  • Dual Reciever Extensions for Flat Towing a Car and Using a Cargo Carrier
    Yes we do have an adapter available that should work for you. You could use the Curt Dual 2 Inch Receiver and Extension, part # D-192. You could also use one of the Roadmaster versions, part # RM-077-4 or RM-077-2. These parts are only to be used with a rolling load such as a vehicle being towed with a tow bar and should never be used to tow a trailer.
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  • Can a Dual Hitch Receiver be Used to Tow Trailer and Carry Motorcycle with Nissan Titan
    The use of a dual receiver will reduce the tongue weight capacity of the trailer hitch on your Nissan Titan by 50 percent. That would take the tongue weight capacity down to 450 pounds. The combined with of the motorcycle, carrier, and the trailer tongue weight would exceed the reduced capacity of the hitch. Another option is to use a front mount hitch and carry the bike at the front of the Titan. This can reduce air flow to the motor, decrease driver visibility, and block the head lights....
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  • Carrying a Scooter and Carrier While Towing a Trailer Behind an RV
    The first thing to check is to make sure the scooter carrier you have is rated for use at the back of an RV. Due to the distance from the rear axle to the back of an RV (which is longer than on a passenger vehicle) there is considerably more bouncing (like being at the back of a school bus). This additional stress creates a lot of stress on the hitch and the carrier. If the carrier is rated for use at the back of an RV then what might work for you is the multipurpose ball mount, # D210....
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  • Roadmaster Dual Hitch Receiver Adapter Recommendation for Flat Towing a 2009 Saturn Vue
    I would recommend you use a Roadmaster Dual Hitch Receiver # RM-077-2. This product has a towing capacity of 10,000 lbs and should have no problem flat-towing your 2009 Saturn VUE that weights approximately 5,000 lbs. When in use you will want the tow bar to be sitting as level as possible. If the tow bar is not level you may experience handling problems and tire wear issues on the front tires of the towed vehicle. I attached an FAQ on flat towing vehicle for you to check out also.
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  • 2-Inch Hitch-Mount Bike Rack for Use on 2014 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter-Based RV with Rear Spare Tire
    RVs require use of a specialized bike carrier that can handle the stresses found at the back of such vehicles. The linked page shows a wide range of RV-rated bike carriers that include hitch-mount, ladder-mount and bumper-mount types. If you prefer a hitch-mount rack you can refer to the linked article for guidance as to how to measure for the clearance you need to clear your spare and then use the linked page to see our RV-rated bike racks. A 2-bike hitch-mount RV rack you might consider...
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  • Is Hidden Hitch Trailer hitch Extender 80307 Compatible with Anti-Rattle Devices
    I pulled one from the warehouse, and the # 80307 hitch extender does have a hollow shank. It is compatible with anti-rattle devices like the # SR25219 anti-rattle hitch pin, which features a threaded nut that slips into the hollow portion of the ball mount or accessory shank. You can view a video review of the anti-rattle hitch lock at the link provided.
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  • Hitch Extender that Can Fit Class VI Hitch and be Used with Weight Distribution
    We have the Curt hitch extender part # C45048 which fits a 2-1/2 inch hitch size, can be used with weight distribution, and can be cut down to 24 inches if needed. This would be the best option we have as long as your Class VI hitch has a 2-1/2 inch opening.
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  • Comparing Hitch Extenders and Ball Mounts
    The short answer is that # 80307 is a hitch extender while # 80232 is a ball mount. Using a longer ball mount will not reduce your towing capacity while a hitch extender's tow capacity will be reduced by half. The other disadvantage of using the hitch extender is that there will be that extra potential breaking point between the extension and the hitch. Eliminating this means less towing noise and rattle by using the ball mount instead. Your hitch's maximum tow weight rating can...
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  • Options for Needing a Longer Ball Mount Setup that Does Not Cut Hitch Capacity
    Hitch extenders like the part # 80307 that you referenced do cut the hitch's capacity by 50 percent. Only option similar that does not do this is a longer ball mount. We have a couple pretty long ball mounts for you to check out. The overall length of part # D-26 is 16-1/2 inches. The distance from the center of the hitch pin hole to the back of the ball mount plate is 8-1/4 inches and to the horizontal plane of the ball mount plate it is 10-1/2 inches. The overall length of...
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  • Using a Long Ball Mount to Launch a Pontoon Boat with a 2007 Ford Escape
    For this type of situation I recommend using the longest ball mount that you can. The reason is that because a ball mount is one piece it will not reduce the tongue weight capacity of the trailer hitch. If using an extender it will reduce the tongue weight capacity by 50 percent. For a super extra long ball mount I have provided a link to the available options. A ball mount like # 80232 measures 16 inches from the center of the hitch pin hole to the center of the ball hole.
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  • Tongue Weight Capacity of the Hitch Extender, # 80307
    The maximum tongue weight of just the Hitch Extender, # 80307, is 300 pounds. The use of this extension will reduce the tongue weight capacity of your trailer hitch by 50 percent. So, if your vehicle or trailer hitch has a capacity of 350 pounds, you would be limited to 50 percent of the lowest rated item. In this case it would be 175 pounds.
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  • Can a 2015 Ram 2500 Carry a Golf Cart in the Bed While Towing a 7,200 lb Trailer
    Since most hitch extenders reduce the weight capacity of a trailer hitch in half that means the towing capacity of your 2015 Ram 2500 would be reduced to 8,550 lbs. This leaves you with 1,350 lbs of cushion with your fully loaded trailer. To determine if your golf cart is pushing you over the limits you will need to find the GVWR of your Ram (can be found on the sticker on your driver's side door jamb) and then subtract the curb weight of the pickup along with the weight of passengers,...
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  • Hitch Extender Recommendation to Let a Thule Parkway Bike Rack Clear Bumper of 2014 Nissan Rogue
    We have two options that will extend your 1-1/4 inch hitch so that you would have enough clearance for your bike rack on your 2014 Nissan Rogue, but first you need to consider that using an extender cuts the capacity of your hitch in half. The Brophy Extender part # hes6 will give you an additional 6 inches of clearance, the # hes0 will give you 10 inches of clearance. I would recommend going with the shortest one that will still give you the needed clearance. I attached an FAQ article...
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  • Do I Need a Hitch Extender to Pull a Trailer with a 2010 Toyota RAV4 to Clear a Rear Mounted Spare
    The spare tire mounted on the back of your 2010 Toyota RAV4 should not interfere with you being able to tow a small utility trailer. The tongue on the trailer should be long enough to allow you to have clearance around the spare. The spare should also be mounted high enough above the tongue of the trailer that it would not interfere with you being able to make turns with the trailer attached. You should not have to use a Hitch Extender, part # 80307, but if you decide to you should...
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  • Solution for Towing Jayco Tent Trailer And Carrying Four Bikes with 2006 Mitsubishi Endeavor
    I can't recommend using an extender, because doing so will reduce the tongue weight capacity of your hitch by half to 175 lbs. This would be insufficient for the weight of the bike rack, the weight of the bikes and the tongue weight of your trailer. Unfortunately, I don't have a solution that would allow you to use your current rack. I would suggest using a similar rack with a longer shank, part # S64940 in conjunction with a multi-purpose ball mount # D210. As long as the weight of...
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  • Will the Hitch Extender # 80307 Accept a 5/8 inch Hitch Pin/Threaded Bolt
    Yes, the larger hole on the receiver end of the Hitch Extender part # 80307 will accept a 5/8 inch standard hitch pin/bolt. You would not be required to use a j-pin style anti-rattle device like the part # 63201. This extender would give you the option to use one, but does not require it.
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  • Recommended Front-Mount Trailer Hitch And Motorcycle Carrier For 2017 Ram 3500
    The front mount hitch I recommend for your 2017 Ram 3500 is the Draw-Tite Front Mount Trailer Hitch, part # 65063. This hitch has 2-inch receiver opening. You will need to check the attached installation instructions to see if the hitch will interfere with the snow plow prep package you said is on your truck. The motorcycle carrier I recommend is the MaxxTow MaxxHaul Aluminum Motorcycle Carrier, part # MT70101. This carrier has a 400-lb weight capacity and includes a 41-inch long ramp.
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  • Front Mount Hitch Receiver Options for a 2008 Jeep Wrangler
    We have 2 front mount hitch options for the 2008 Jeep Wrangler. Both of them only fit if the vehicle has the standard factory bumper. Curt front receiver # 31432 has a 350 vertical pull capacity and 9,000 pound line pull capacity. Draw-Tite hitch # 65069 has a 500 pound vertical pull capacity and a 9,000 pound line pull capacity. I would go with the Draw-Tite model for the lower cost and slightly higher vertical capacity.
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  • Recommended 4-Bike Rack for a 2016 Siesta Sprinter
    There are a few 4-bike racks that are RV approved to choose from and all of these can handle the extra stresses found at the rear of RVs. One of our most popular 4 bike hitch racks approved for RV use is the Reese # 63124. This will have a shank length of 8 inches from the center of the hitch pin hole to the upright bar on the rack. The longest shank for a 4-bike rack is the Swagman # S64940, with 12-1/2 inches of clearance from the center of the hitch pin to the upright bar. The...
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