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Convert-A-Ball Ball Mount for 2" Hitches - 3/4" Rise, 2" Drop - 10,000 lbs

Convert-A-Ball Ball Mount for 2" Hitches - 3/4" Rise, 2" Drop - 10,000 lbs

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Sturdy steel ball mount with a solid shank measures 9-1/2" from center of hitch pin hole to center of ball hole. Polyurethane interior acts as a shock absorber to reduce vibration. Powder coat finish protects against rust. Great Prices for the best trailer hitch ball mount from Convert-A-Ball. Convert-A-Ball Ball Mount for 2" Hitches - 3/4" Rise, 2" Drop - 10,000 lbs part number AMSC2 can be ordered online at or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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Convert-A-Ball Trailer Hitch Ball Mount - AMSC2

  • Fits 2 Inch Hitch
  • Fixed Ball Mount
  • Drop - 2 Inch
  • Rise - 1 Inch
  • No Ball
  • 10000 lbs GTW
  • Class IV
  • Convert-A-Ball
  • Shock Absorbing
  • Steel Shank - Matte Black
  • 1 Inch Ball Hole Diameter

Sturdy steel ball mount with a solid shank measures 9-1/2" from center of hitch pin hole to center of ball hole. Polyurethane interior acts as a shock absorber to reduce vibration. Powder coat finish protects against rust.


  • Ball mount lets you hook up your trailer to your tow vehicle
    • Shank slides into your vehicle's hitch receiver
    • Ball platform provides mounting point for hitch ball (sold separately)
  • Polyurethane interior acts as a shock absorber, reducing bounce and rhythmic vibration
    • Protects tow vehicle's driveline and hitch assembly, as well as trailer's contents
  • Both drop and rise positions available to ensure level towing
  • Sturdy steel construction
  • Corrosion-resistant powder coat finish
  • Hitch pin and clip or hitch lock sold separately
  • Made in the USA


  • Application: 2" x 2" trailer hitch receivers
  • Gross towing weight: 10,000 lbs
  • Tongue weight: 2,000 lbs
  • Length: 12-1/4"
    • 9-1/2" From center of hitch pin hole to center of ball hole
    • 4" From center of hitch pin hole to closest edge of ball platform
  • Rise: 3/4" from top of inside of hitch opening
  • Drop: 2" From top of inside of hitch opening
  • Ball hole diameter: 1"
  • Pin hole diameter: 5/8"
  • 2-Year limited warranty

Measurements shown for AMSC2

Shock Absorbing Ball Mount

Cutaway views of the ball mount shank showing the polyurethane cushioning

Convert-A-Ball ball mounts are designed with a polyurethane interior that helps to absorb road shock to limit bouncing and vibration while you tow over rough terrain. It also reduces the slamming and banging that occurs during stops and starts. This helps to protect your vehicle's driveline, your hitch assembly, and your trailer's contents while you're towing.

This Convert-A-Ball ball mount meets or exceeds THMAV-5 ratings in all categories and meets SAE standard J-684.

How to Measure Drop on Standard Ball Mount

AM-SC-2 Convert-A-Ball Cushioned Ball Mount for 2" Square Receiver - 3/4" Rise or 2" Drop - 10,000 lbs GTW - 2,000 lbs TW

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Convert-A-Ball Ball Mount for 2" Hitches - 3/4" Rise, 2" Drop - 10,000 lbs - AMSC2

Average Customer Rating:  4.9 out of 5 stars   (1220 Customer Reviews)

Sturdy steel ball mount with a solid shank measures 9-1/2" from center of hitch pin hole to center of ball hole. Polyurethane interior acts as a shock absorber to reduce vibration. Powder coat finish protects against rust.


Makes for a great hard-core dirt road set up with a 3000 pound trailer, in conjunction with the Curt rocker ball, Towing with an F150 over many miles of washboards, down through washes where the road was washed out, etc. Really makes for a gentler set up on the equipment in the trailer and the truck. Thanks a lot E-trailer!


My usage of your hitch is a bit unusual, I think. I pull a two ton roller with my Ram and I've used your cushioned hitch to smooth out the process. The roller Lunette just dropped over a 2" ball and then banged and jerked on the ball neck. Check out the photos for my adaptation.. I can flip it over and use the 2" ball!

Have enclosed some photos.

The cushion is holding up very well and it takes a beating!!



I use this before and it works very well and each trailer works very well. Thank you for the fair shipping. Thank you.


We have a Pink Tractor (google Mom's Pink Tractor) that we pull to events, mainly in Ks, Ok, Mo, and Ne. We have around 35 events a year we take the tractor to to promote breast cancer awareness.

The other day my wife and I were leaving for an event, i had let a friend borrow the hitch to see how he liked it. In less then a mile from the house my wife started complaining about the trailer jerking. That is coming from a lady that really was upset when I paid that much for a hitch. She told me to stop and buy one. (a long and expensive trip, we had to stop at a casino so she could rest her neck)

I could write a review with a lot of trailer talk, but, this story tells the story.


helps soften the ride from the trailer weight.


Absolutely Amazing product!!! I have an old steel box trailer with a solid axle (zero suspension) that is used every couple months to haul scrap metal. This thing would slam, bang and jerk at every road imperfection and I just lived with it due to little use and short distance traveled. Was tempted to try one of the $ hitches but just couldn't justify the cost. Thought this $ "shock absorbing" hitch was just a gimmick but etrailer has always treated me right and this is no exception. 100 percent better pulling experience and way cheaper than fabricating a suspension!!!


this is the second cushioned ball mount I have purchased. I haul a specialty trailer daily for work, stop & go, rough terrain first ball mount I used was just a cheap hollow one witch was turning the pin hole on the truck into an oval. Bought a cushioned ball mount and it lasted 4-6years of towing 3-5days/week before one of the pins holding the cushion in finally corroded in half. I'm sure the pin could have been replaced with some work to compress the rubber again but for the price and longevity of the product I just ordered new and keep on going.



still going strong, Curious about the Gen-Y torsion ball mounts but at $550 vs this one at $70 not curious enough

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Rachael H.


Thanks for the feedback Timb. You are correct the Gen-Y Ball mounts are significantly more expensive than this one. They do offer a torsion style shock absorbing cushion to the ball mount, but do also offer many additional features when compared to this ball mount from Convert-A-Ball.


Bought this for my wife’s truck after owning one myself and is worth it! Takes the jar and shock out of pulling trailers( we mainly pull hay wagons and farm equipment). Highly recommend these cushioned hitches and fast service!



She loves the hitch. If someone borrows it she makes sure she gets it back! I own several now for several trucks.


Bought the Convert-A-Ball Mount because I pull an Off Grid trailer for off road camping. I'm very impressed with how this hitch cushions the push and pull on the receiver, making it a very quite ride while pulling my trailer in rough rocky road conditions, with a lot less stress on the drive train too.


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Best trailer components on the internet at fair prices!


Great service as Always !! We pull Wagon to and from fields on our farm .This hitch makes for smoother ride . Works great on our larger trailers too. Thanks again for the GREAT SERVICE.

Tom G.


Love it !!


This is the second cushioned ball mount I have ordered. Due to the different hitch heights on my vehicles, I needed a 2" drop on my new Nissan Frontier. So now I have a 2" and a 4" drop ball mount. These work great, they eliminate the harsh slamming and jerking you often get when stopping and taking off. They definitely smooth out the impact the trailer has on a vehicle, especially if the trailer is loaded with any weight. A good friend recommended the cushioned ball mount to me and I have not regretted buying it. I won't use anything else now on my vehicles.

Mike B.


Still working great. Gives a good smooth pull and soft stop. Only type ball mount to own.....


2007 Toyota Tundra 5.7L, 7X14 Parker flatbed tandem axle utility trailer 7700 lb capacity. I've only used it once since purchasing it, but compared to my previous non-cushioned ball mount it does an excellent job cushioning the load and keeps the trailer from banging the mount in the box and shaking the truck upon braking and acceleration. Very nice when hauling 2+ tons of cargo. Fast shipping from etrailer too.

Mark D.


Still going strong, no complaints. Ive used it about a dozen times now. Still love it.


This hitch replaced a standard non cushioned hitch. which was great - when I only had a jetski to pull. as I've gotten older, my toys have gotten bigger.

The cushioned hitch reduces the shockload from start / stop with a heavier trailer attached. now, pulling a trailer is less of a head (and neck) ache.

we'll have to see how well the elastomers hold up - but for now, I would only recommend this type of hitch to my friends and family.

A O.


more than a year later, it still works great!


I give this five stars for its functionality, quite stops and same for take off. However the shaft could be an inch or two longer for my FX 35. I cannot turn 180 degrees to use higher height without my trailer’s receiver hitting/rubbing the bumper. I would prefer height as trailer stand bottoms out on aprons. I could get an extension but that would defeat purpose of the shock absorber. My advice to potential buyers is to measure the distance from pin to ball to make sure there is enough clearance between ball the bumper. Wouldn’t be surprised if it just an issue with this vehicle model.

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Heather A.


Christopher,Thank you for your review. The best option for your clearance issue is a longer ball mount. Hitch extenders reduce your tongue weight by 50 percent. I am not sure how much rise you need to be level with your trailer. The convert-a-ball, ball mount part # AMSC8 has a 6-3/4 inch rise and is 11-1/2 inches long from center of hitch pin hole to the center of ball hole. This ball mount also has the shock absorbent features.


Great hitch, the cushioning really reduces jarring and noise when towing my 18 foot bass boat


I bought this cushion hitch to pull my 21 ft Winnebago Micro Minnie Winnie. It works like they say it would. Noticeable difference in how the trailer pulls back and forth during braking and rough roads. For my needs it is sufficient .


Best product for the price! Love if for towing farm implements, prevents the hitch and truck from being slammed back and forth down the road.


This device is a great idea. I would highly recommend it for towing with smaller uni-body utility vehicles and small trucks because of their smaller drive components, but any vehicle will benefit. This is really nice with utility trailers that tend to bounce over potholes. I've used this product with a Jeep Wrangler and CJ7, Toyota RAV 4, Sienna and 4Runner as well as a Chevy Suburban.


I like it. I have a few thousand miles on it by now pulling a 2015 MINI on a uhaul auto transport trailer with a 2020 Tacoma and I think it helps keep a smooth ride. I’ve pulled with it from Phoenix to Seattle and back, and recently from Phoenix to Lewes Delaware. Before my first trip with the hitch I got into a lengthy debate over whether or not I had wasted my money on the entire concept of this hitch or not. The first time I pulled an empty trailer with it, I thought maybe I had fallen for a slick pitch because it wasn’t all too different than any other trip with a trailer bouncing around behind me. I pulled the trailer around my neighborhood on streets that I knew for a few laps around the block, then switched hitches back to my old solid one and did the same route and there was indeed a difference with this hitch. It won’t make the bumps and tugs disappear but it will noticeably mute them. Along all of my tows there have been stretches of road where I have thought to myself I’m glad I have this hitch and wonder how much worse the ride would have been without it. The trailer I use has surge braking and there was a concern that the horizontal movement of the hitch could trigger the brake but I haven’t noticed that to be an issue. I recommend the product but if you don’t buy this hitch, use etrailer for whatever you do buy. THE BEST service, fast shipping, great communication, I appreciate this site so much. Every internet shopping trip starts at etrailer, if they sell what I need I’ll buy it here. I want them to stay around for as long as possible, they remind me of what service and support from a business is supposed be and I’m happy to do what I can to keep them around. I’m glad I found etrailer, thanks!


Replaceing one that I have had for 22 years. The shock absorbing feature is great for heavy trailers without brakes because it will absorb the initial shock of a trailer in a quick stop.


This hitch worked nicely. It really smoothed out the "shocks" & bumps of pulling my trailer. I will only buy a cushioned hitch from now on.

Bruce W.


Still working nicely and towing smoothly!


The cushioned hitch helps absorb some of the jerk; or jolt out of bumper hitch towing ...and this one is made in USA... !....could also smooth out the ride for the horses when I am hauling them.....e trailer has professional and friendly staff, and super delivery

Ronnie L.


perfect really works like it is designed to do


Super happy with this cushion ball mount- I pull loaded grain wagons with my truck and this hitch really takes the shock out of the starts and stops. eTrailer has always provided easy ordering, quick shipping and quality packaging, along with the best pricing available. Thanks, I will be back.

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