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Draw-Tite Hitch Extender for 2" Hitch Receivers - 18" Long

Draw-Tite Hitch Extender for 2" Hitch Receivers - 18" Long

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Extend your trailer hitch receiver opening so that your can clear your spare tire when using your hitch-mounted bike rack or so that your trailer won't hit a rear-mounted propane tank when you make sharp turns. Powder coated steel resists rust. Call 800-298-1624 to order Draw-Tite hitch adapters part number HE18 or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all Draw-Tite products. Guaranteed Lowest Price and Fastest Shipping for Draw-Tite Hitch Extender for 2" Hitch Receivers - 18" Long. Hitch Adapters reviews from real customers.
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Draw-Tite Hitch Adapters - HE18

  • Hitch Extender
  • Fits 2 Inch Hitch
  • 18 In Extension
  • Draw-Tite
  • 3500 lbs GTW
  • Steel

Extend your trailer hitch receiver opening so that your can clear your spare tire when using your hitch-mounted bike rack or so that your trailer won't hit a rear-mounted propane tank when you make sharp turns. Powder coated steel resists rust.


Features:

  • Extends your trailer receiver opening out from the rear of your vehicle to avoid obstacles
    • Get extra clearance for your trailer
    • Mount your bike rack without having to remove your rear-mounted spare tire
  • Extends hitch 19" from center to center of hitch pin holes
  • Black powder coat finish
  • Hollow on both ends
  • Compatible with Draw-Tite J-Pin (#63201)
    • Has two receiver pin holes to accommodate for J-Pin


Specs:

  • Application: 2" x 2" trailer hitch receivers
  • Maximum gross trailer weight: 3,500 lbs
  • Maximum tongue weight: 350 lbs
  • Overall length: 22-7/8"
  • Distance from center of hitch pin hole to the center of the hitch pin hole: 18"


Product Detail

Note: Not for use with a weight distribution system. The limiting factor is the capacity of your hitch. Using an extender will reduce your hitch's overall capacity by 50 percent.




80306 Draw Tite Hitch Extender for 2" Trailer Hitch Receivers - 18" Long




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Draw-Tite Hitch Extender for 2" Hitch Receivers - 18" Long - HE18

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (115 Customer Reviews)

Extend your trailer hitch receiver opening so that your can clear your spare tire when using your hitch-mounted bike rack or so that your trailer won't hit a rear-mounted propane tank when you make sharp turns. Powder coated steel resists rust.

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I needed the hitch extender because I added a 9'6" camper on to my truck and I pull my jeep trailer with truck. I trussed the extender back to frame.



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This works perfectly for my application which was to tow a trailer with my tailgate down. Does lower your towing capacity by a fair amount, but for trailers with low tongue weights this isn’t a big deal.



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The hitch extension worked perfect. The only one that was 18" pin to pin which was exacty what I needed to make this combo work. Dual hitch to start. Top whole a luggage rack to haul coolers and the bottom for the bike rack. Thanks etrailer.



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Bought some tail light lenses for my fishing boat trailer good price came quickly Great service put a bike rack also easy to put together takes minutes to put on and takeoff rack $200 cheaper than my neighbor same bike rack then I bought a ball hitch extension 18 inch to keep my wrangler that we Toby hind the motorhome from hitting the back bumper when I make a sharp turn I’m sure that should take care of the problem everything I bought from the trailer our quality products quality service and everything they ship always comes on time personally I think etrailer rocks



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Works 100% as advertised. I use it to extend my bike rack past my new rear mounted spare. I’ve put in thousands of highway miles and some off road with bikes. Zero problems.



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Legit....carries my 600lbs enduro... no problem!



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The extender is fine, although I had to do a work around. The female end of the extender is not deep enough The 5/8 inch holes of the tow bar will not line up with the 5/8 inch holes of the extender. I must use the 1/2 inch hole of the extender. And you only gave me 5/8 inch pins. The 1/2 inch I own is not long enough to go all the way through the extender. The work around was to buy a 1/2 x 4 inch bolt and nut. Not ideal, but it works.



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This extension worked great to allow me to fit my bike rack (4 bikes) between my SUV and pop-up camper. Without it, the propane tank, battery and tongue crank were in the way and prevented me from getting the bikes on the rack. It's rock solid, trailer tows the same as with no extention.



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Quality, fits well, exactly what I needed! This extends the reach of my hitch on a Yamaha golf cart, under a rear-facing seat. I added an E-trailer step to make it easy for people to step onto the rear platform.



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Order/communication/shipping was awesome. Ordered Sunday night and got an email from a rep saying it was received. An hour later another email from another rep said it was in stock and would ship shortly. Shipping email came that same night, and product arrived in 3 days as expected. Product is very solid, just as spec'd and fits my need perfectly. Only negative is it is doesn't have safety chain hooks which will have to be welded on.



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Worked great, long enough to use with my truck bed camper on my truck.



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Received HE18 receiver extension on the date promised by etrailer (actually a few hours earlier than scheduled). Installation was a breeze and the extension is a quality product. Also contacted etrailer, via email, for advice on some related additional products I may wish to purchase ... the response was quick and clearly written. Good service, good product.



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I needed to extend my hitch because I had jet skis in the back of my truck bed and still pulled a three seat jet ski behind. Products are working great!



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Needed a hitch extension for Gator 825I this piece fit perfectly not a cheap add on 5stars definitely


Comments
Still working like it was designed for thanks again
Delbert - 12/14/2018



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This 18" hitch extension was exactly what I needed to be able to open my rear Jeep door while pulling my raft trailer. Very high quality product at a fair price!



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Just what I needed!



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Exactly what I needed for towing my jet ski. The extra length makes it much easier to back up, as before the ski trailer was very prone to jackknife.



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This hitch extension saved me from having to buy another trailer for my boat. I’m so glad that I found your website in order to buy one. If I would have went to a welding shop to get one made. It would have cost me a fortune. Thanks once again.



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Excellent quality - not a scratch on it when received. The welds appear to be very good. Delivered very quickly. Didn't rate it excellent only because it lacks rings near the end for safety chains. On the other hand, one extension I found had rings (2 sets of rings - one for vehicle to extension, another from extension to trailer), but it cost nearly $200, and had the same weight rating as this one. As received, the safety chains have to be very long, but for the difference in price, (64 vs 200) I could have rings welded on if needed..



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Hitch extender moves the bike rack back far enough so that the van doors will open without interference.



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I think the best thing to say about my purchase is I was helped by one of the customer service people who was terrific and very patient with me. I was not rushed to make a decision and it was like speaking with a friend. I knew what I was talking about and what I needed, and so did she. It really was like having a beer with a friend. She said you must be careful with how much weight the bumper will hold, how much you can pull, and how much strength you will lose with using this extension. She was very helpful and said your plan certainly seems like it will work. We are buying more and more items on line and doing that with e-trailer makes it easy. We are just normal RV people, but when we buy something, like most people, we don't want an argument, we don't want issues, we just want our stuff as smoothly as possible and move on. e- trailer will do that for you. What they promise you will happen, it's not even a second thought when you buy something.


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    I'm assuming you're speaking of the Curt 1-7/8 ball and Clevis Mount, part # C45005, is that correct? If you were to use the # C45005 in combination with the # HE18, you would indeed get 24 inches of extension, measured from the hitch pin hole in the receiver hitch o your EZ-GO cart tot he trailer ball on the # C45005. However, using the extension will lower the tongue weight capacity of the hitch by half. I've provided a photo showing the dimensions of the two parts when used together.
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    It sounds like you're asking about the reduction in hitch capacity when using a hitch extender, and why this doesn't change with the actual length of the extender. I completely understand your confusion, as it stands to reason that a shorter extender like the 7" Brophy # HE06 would allow for a stronger setup compared to a longer extender like the 18" # HE18, while both options state a 50 percent reduction in trailer hitch capacity. We use this general 50 percent rule for all of our...
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    The adapter you are inquiring about attaches to the bike rack not the ski adapter. The ski adapter, part # TH9033, attaches to Thule bike racks. If you have a Thule bike rack, it will work with adapter # HE18. However, you do need to keep in mind your limitations when using the adapter. Using a hitch adapter will reduce your trailer hitch tongue capacity by 50. So if your trailer hitch is rated for 350 pounds of vertical load, you will only be able to load 175 pounds on the hitch. You will...
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    Yes, we do have a solution for your Thule hitch mounted bike rack. We have 3 different parts you could use to raise your bike rack to safely carry your bikes. The Curt Dual 2 Inch Receiver, item # D-192, or the Curt Multipurpose Ball Mount with 2" Receiver for Bike Racks and Cargo Carriers, # D210, would both be good choices, depending on the style you like.
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    Any type of hitch adapter or extender will have the unavoidable side-effect of causing a loss of about half of your hitch's rated capacity, both its tongue weight (TW) and it's gross towing weight (GTW). Hidden Hitch extender # HE18 and Curt Hitch Extender # C45791 both cause a loss of capacity because they change the geometry of the hitch set-up. The added length of the adapter will allow greater leverage to be applied to the hitch tube by the attached trailer or accessory; this is what...
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    If you have a 2 inch hitch we do not have any solutions for this. If you have a 2-1/2 inch hitch we have the # RP45018. Depending on how the angle of the ramp changes a super long extension may not be a great idea as it would either point the nose of the trailer up super high or down to low. The longest extension we have for a 2 inch hitch is 18 inches and it would be part # HE18. Using a hitch extender cuts the capacity of the hitch it is used on in half.
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    For flat towing purposes the capacity of the hitch does not get reduced that same since the 4 wheels being on the ground prevents vertical tongue weight from being put on the hitch. We sell high-low adapters that work in a similar way and they do not reduce towing capacities either. If you need 18 inches of extension the part # HE18 that you referenced would work well for this.
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    The # HE18 can work for what you are trying to do only if when you reduce the capacity of the hitch by 50 percent it still as enough capacity for the trailer it is towing. Since your hitch would end up having a 250 lb capacity when used with this adapter you will need to verify the tongue weight of the trailer first by checking out the link I attached that details how to do this and then make any adjustments as needed to get it below 250 lbs.
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  • Does Extending Tongue of Trailer Affect Tongue Weight Capacity of Trailer Hitch
    You are correct, if you were to extend the length of your trailer tongue it would not lower the capacity of the tongue weight of your hitch. If anything the hitch has more leverage over the tongue weight now like you mentioned so the opposite would almost be true. In reality if you were to measure the tongue weight before and after extending the tongue out on a trailer it should be a lower number. That being said the # HE18 has a 3,500 lb overall capacity and a 350 lb tongue weight capacity.
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    Using a hitch extender like the Tow Ready # HE18 referenced in your question is a great option for giving you some additional clearance between your RV and trailer. Using this or any other hitch-mounted adapter will reduce the tongue weight of the hitch by 50 percent, but it will not affect the towing capacity/horizontal pull. You should have no issue pulling your 2,000 pound boat with your 7,500 pound hitch, even when using an adapter like this one. Another option to consider that...
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    The answer to your question will depend a lot on how much the tongue weight of the boat/trailer is. Using more than one extender is not something we recommend, because using one will lower the tongue weight capacity of the hitch by half. Adding another extender will bring the tongue load out to 3 feet rearward of the point where the first extender pins into the receiver, and at that point there would be an unknown amount of leverage applied to your hitch, and I couldn't say what the...
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